Published on April 1, 2021
IN THE MATTER OF
THE COMPANIES ACT 2014
AND IN THE MATTER OF
SCOTT TECHNOLOGY EURO LIMITED
(In Members Voluntary Liquidation)
1. THAT, as contemplated by the declaration by the directors
of the Company dated 17th March 2021 made under section
207 of the Companies Act 2014 (the “Act”) (a copy of which
declaration, together with a copy of the report required
by section 208 of the Act, is appended to this resolution),
the Company be wound up by way of members’ voluntary
winding up in accordance with section 579 of the Act; and
THAT Billy Mulhern of J W Mulhern & Co. Accountants,
13/14 South Main Street, Naas, Co. Kildare be and his hereby
appointed liquidator (the “Liquidator”) for the purpose of
winding up the Company.
2. THAT the Liquidator be and is hereby authorised to distribute
among the members in specie or kind the whole or any part
of the assets of the Company (whether they shall consist of
property of the same kind or not) and for such purpose to set
such value as he deems fair upon any property to be distributed
as aforesaid and to determine how such distribution be carried
out as between members.
3. THAT the terms of the Liquidator’s entitlement to remuneration
as outlined in the Letter of Engagement from the Liquidator to
the Company, and the fees and outlay in accordance with the
Letter of Engagement be and are hereby approved.
Dated: 18th March 2021.
BILLY MULHERN F.C.A.,
J.W. Mulhern & Co.,
13 14 South Main St.,
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