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Notice 2

Published on February 13, 2018

This notice is about TOBER INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED and appears in Number 13 of the 2018 edition of Iris Oifigiúil, published by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland.

Notice text:

THE COMPANIES ACTS 1963 – 2014
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF RECEIVER
TOBER INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED
Notice is hereby given that on 28 April 2017, Ulster Bank Ireland
Designated Activity Company (formerly Ulster Bank Ireland Limited)
having its registered office at Ulster Bank Group Centre, George’s
Quay, Dublin 2 (“Ulster”), in pursuance of the powers contained in
a Deed of Mortgage / Charge dated 5 June 1997 and made between
(1) Tober Investment Company Limited having its registered address
at KPMG, 90 South Mall, Cork, and (2) Ulster and an Indenture of
Charge (Fixed and Floating) dated 4 October 2002 and made between
(1) Tober Investments Limited having its registered office at KPMG,
90 South Mall, Cork, and (2) Ulster and an Indenture of Charge dated
28 April 2008 and made between (1) Tober Investments Limited
having its registered office at KPMG, 90 South Mall, Cork, and (2)
Ulster (together the “Security”) appointed Mr Tom O’Brien of Mazars,
Block 3 Harcourt Centre, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 (the “Receiver”)
to be the Receiver over the assets referred to and comprised in and
charged by the Security and the Receiver shall have and be entitled
to exercise the powers conferred on him by the Security and by law.
Dated 8 February 2018.
Mason Hayes & Curran,
Solicitors,
South Bank House,
Barrow Street,
Dublin 4.
[2]

Company Details

TOBER INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED

Company Number: 88009

Status: Normal (3)

Incorporation Date: 5 March 1982

Company Type: LTD - Private Company Limited by Shares

Jurisdiction: Ireland

Registered Address: KPMG, 90 SOUTH MALL, CORK

Registry Page: http://www.cro.ie/search/CompanyDetails.aspx?id...

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Source: Ireland Companies Registration Office, https://services.cro.ie/, 27 Dec 2017 (CRO Open Services licence)

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