Monday October 26, 2020

Appointment of liquidator set aside over proxies error

The High Court has set aside the appointment of a liquidator because two companies which supported the appointment provide faulty proxies for a creditors’ meeting.

30th October, 2010

The High Court has set aside the appointment of a liquidator because two companies which supported the appointment provide faulty proxies for a creditors’ meeting.

The case following a meeting last June of creditors for a Meath company, Stainless Pipeline Supplies Irl Ltd (SPS), which went into voluntary liquidation owing more than €1.6 million.

At the meeting, creditor Clive Tyner proposed that Paul McCann be appointed liquidator, while the members nominated Frank Lafferty.

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