An extraordinary general meeting to pass several resolutions for Marine Tech Tachibana Pte. Ltd was held on Thursday (3 November), according to a notice posted on the Government Gazette.
The following resolutions were duly passed:
Resolved as Special Resolutions
(a) That the Company be wound up voluntarily pursuant to Section 160(1) of the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 (No. 40 of 2018) (the “Act”).
(b) That the Liquidator of the Company be and is hereby authorised to exercise all or any of the powers conferred on himself pursuant to the Act.
(c) That the Liquidator be authorised to distribute to the contributory in cash or in specie the whole or any part of the assets of the Company.
Resolved as Ordinary Resolutions
(a) That Mr. Chua Kaw Kia @ Chua Soo Chiew of 101 Upper Cross Street #06-11 People’s Park Centre, Singapore 058357 be appointed as Liquidator of the Company for the purpose of winding up of the Company.
(b) That the remuneration and winding up disbursements of the Liquidator be fixed on a time basis and at rates normally charged for such an assignment.
(c) That the Liquidator be authorized to destroy all books and papers of the Company and of the Liquidator five years after the date of dissolution of the Company pursuant to Section 195(2) of the Act.
Published: 9 November, 2022
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