Brought to you by Open Corporates

Notice of Intended Dividends

Corporate Insolvency > Notice of Intended Dividends

Published on March 8, 2017

This notice is about COURT AND YUS LIMITED and appears in Issue 61867 of the The London Gazette edition of The Gazette, published by the The Stationery Office Limited.

Notice text:

Notice of Intended Dividends

In the Bristol District Registry

No 3022 of 2007

COURT AND YUS LIMITED

05439908

Registered office: 150 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4AB

Principal trading address: Unit 3, Point 4 Industrial Estate, Second Way, Avonmouth BS11 8DF

Notice is hereby given to all known unsecured creditors pursuant to Rule 11.2 of the Insolvency Rules 1986, that the last date for proving debts against the Company is 31 March 2017 by which date claims must be sent to the undersigned, Jeremy Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP, 150 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4AB the liquidator of the said Company.

Notice is further given that the liquidator intends to declare a first and final dividend to all known unsecured creditors within four months of the last date for proving. Should you fail to submit your claim by 31 March 2017 you will be excluded from the benefit of any dividend.

Date of appointment: 12 August 2008. Office Holder details: Jeremy Willmont (IP No 9044) of Moore Stephens LLP, 150 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4AB.

For further details contact: Stacey Brown, E-mail: stacey.brown@moorestephens.com, Tel: +44 (0)20 7334 9191, Reference: LBR56769.

Jeremy Willmont, Liquidator

02 March 2017

Ag GF120475

Company Details

COURT AND YUS LIMITED

Company Number: 05439908

Status: Liquidation

Incorporation Date: 29 April 2005

Company Type: Private Limited Company

Jurisdiction: United Kingdom

Registered Address: 150 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4AB

Registry Page: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/0543...

Go to Full Profile

Brought to you by

Source: UK Companies House, http://xmlgw.companieshouse..., 10 Mar 2017 (UK Crown Copyright)

Is timely data about corporations critical to your business? Government gazettes are the notice of record for many key events. For example, a notice about company liquidation will appear in the gazette weeks before appearing on the company register, and will contain information you can’t find elsewhere.