- Appointee's Firm:
- Meeting Date: 26 Nov 2013
- State of Registration Office: NSW
- Alert Published Date: 19 Nov 2013 — 5 months ago
A voluntary liquidation is a liquidation initiated by its members. It is caused by the company can’t pay all of its debts.
You may request it directly from the appointee (i.e. the liquidator or administrator).
The appointee (i.e. the liquidator or administrator).
Meeting of creditors. (2) The liquidator must convene the meeting of the company's creditors at a date, time and place convenient to the majority in value of the creditors and must: (a) give to the creditors at least 7 days notice of the meeting; and … (d) both: (i) publish in the prescribed manner a copy of the notice given or to be given under paragraph (a); and (ii) do so within the period ascertained in accordance with the regulations.
Notice of meeting of creditors (1) This regulation is made for paragraph 497 (2) (d) of the Act. (2) The period within which a notice is to be published is not less than 7 days, but no more than 14 days, before the day that is fixed for holding the meeting of the company's creditors.