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Notice 9

Published on May 4, 2018

This notice is about ESCOTTWOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY and appears in Number 36 of the 2018 edition of Iris Oifigiúil, published by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland.

Notice text:

THE COMPANIES ACT 2014
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF RECEIVER
ESCOTTWOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY UNLIMITED
COMPANY
(the “Company”)
Notice is hereby given that on 25 April 2018, The Governor and
Company of the Bank of Ireland (the “Bank”), having its registered
office at 40 Mespil Road, Dublin 4, pursuant to the powers conferred
upon it by: (1) a debenture dated 21 June 1999; (2) a charge dated 21
June 1999; (3) a mortgage dated 21 June 1999; (4) a charge dated 2
September 2002; (5) a charge dated 29 October 2002; (6) a charge
dated 5 September 2007; and (7) a mortgage and charge dated 18
April 2018, with each of the said security documents made between
the Company and the Bank (together, the “Security Documents”),
appointed Ken Fennell of Deloitte, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2 as
receiver over all of the assets of the Company referred to, comprised
in and charged by the Security Documents.
Dated 30 April 2018.
Matheson,
Solicitors.
70 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay,
Dublin 2.
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Company Details

ESCOTTWOOD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Jurisdiction: Ireland

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