Published on March 9, 2018
IN THE MATTER OF
EASTWEST AIRCRAFT LEASING LIMITED
(In Voluntary Liquidation)
AND IN THE MATTER OF
THE COMPANIES ACT 2014
On the 26 February 2018, pursuant to section 196(4) (sole member
resolution) the following ordinary and special resolutions were passed;
1. That Liam Dowdall of Smith & Williamson, Paramount
Court, Corrig Road, Sandyford Park, Dublin 18 be appointed
liquidator for the purpose of winding up the Company.
2. That the liquidator’s remuneration be fixed by reference to the
time spent by him as a responsible insolvency practitioner and
his staff, attending to matters arising in the winding up and
he shall be authorised to pay such time, costs and expenses
on account of his remuneration and expenses pending the
completion of the liquidation.
3. That the liquidator be and is hereby authorised to divide
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 divided
as aforesaid and to determine how such division should be
carried out as between the members and to make such interim
distribution to the members as he sees fit.
4. That the Company be wound up voluntarily as a Members’
Voluntary Winding Up.
Date: Wednesday 7 March 2018.
Signed: Liam Dowdall.
NOTE: This is a members’ voluntary winding up. All admitted
creditors have been or will be paid in full.
Company Number: 496212
Status: Liquidation (2)
Incorporation Date: 14 March 2011
Company Type: LTD - Private Company Limited by Shares
Registered Address: SMITH & WILLIAMSON LIMITED, PARAMOUNT COURT, CORRIG ROAD, SANDYFORD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, DUBLIN 18
Registry Page: http://www.cro.ie/search/CompanyDetails.aspx?id...
Source: Ireland Companies Registration Office, https://services.cro.ie/, 4 Oct 2018 (CRO Open Services licence)
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