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Insolvency: High Court rules on emailed notice of creditors' meeting

Notice of a creditors' meeting can be given by email, the High Court has ruled. The examiner of Chiefs Café Ltd, Neil Hughes, arranged a creditors' meeting for May 3.

15th June, 2013

Notice of a creditors' meeting can be given by email, the High Court has ruled.

The examiner of Chiefs Café Ltd, Neil Hughes, arranged a creditors' meeting for May 3. Padraic Tuffy Ltd was an unsecured creditor with guarantees from Chiefs Café directors Shane O'Neill and Eamonn Cooke.

On April 30, just after noon, Hughes' firm emailed [email protected] tuffys.net with notice of the creditors' meeting. The documents were posted at the same time, and...

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