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Notice of Intended Dividends

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Published on February 20, 2017

This notice is about HERITAGE PROPERTY RESTORATIONS LIMITED and appears in Issue 61852 of the The London Gazette edition of The Gazette, published by the The Stationery Office Limited.

Notice text:

Notice of Intended Dividends

In the High Court of Justice

0016205 of 2009

HERITAGE PROPERTY RESTORATIONS LIMITED

06045734

Registered office: 12 Giralda Close, London E16 3SZ

Principal trading address: 12 Giralda Close, London E16 3SZ

The Insolvency Act 1986

Pursuant to Rule 11.2(1A) of the Insolvency Rules 1986, notice is hereby given that the Liquidator intends to declare a first and final dividend within four months of the proving date specified. Notice is further given that creditors who have yet to submit a claim must notify the Liquidator at the address below no later than 13 March 2017 to be included in this distribution.

A creditor who has not proved his debt before the date mentioned above is not entitled to disturb, by reason that he has not participated in it, the first dividend or any other dividend declared before his debt is proved.

Further details contact: James Richard Duckworth Tel: 01253 712231

J .R . Duckworth, IP No.: 1381, Liquidator, Freeman Rich, Chartered Accountants, 284 Clifton Drive South, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire FY8 1LH. Date of Liquidator’s Appointment: 1 March 2010

13 February 2017

Company Details

HERITAGE PROPERTY RESTORATIONS LIMITED

Company Number: 06045734

Status: Liquidation

Incorporation Date: 9 January 2007

Company Type: Private Limited Company

Jurisdiction: United Kingdom

Registered Address: 284 Clifton Drive South, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, FY8 1LH

Registry Page: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/0604...

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