Special resolutions for Thaioil Marine International Pte Ltd (Company Registration No. 201021606H) was made during an extraordinary meeting held on Friday (19 November), according to a post in the Government Gazette on 26 November.
The duly passed resolutions were:
As Special Resolutions:
As Ordinary Resolutions:
Creditors of Thaioil Marine International, which is being wound up voluntarily, are required, on or before Tuesday (28 December) to send in their names and addresses and particulars of their debts and claims, the names and addresses of the solicitors (if any) to the liquidator.
Creditors of the company, if so required by notice in writing by the liquidator are, personally or by their solicitors, to come in and prove their debts or claims or in default be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.
The address of the liquidator is as follows:
Hamish Alexander Christie
C/o. 1 Raffles Place, #10-62
One Raffles Place, Tower 2
Photo credit: Drew Beamer
Published: 29 November, 2021
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