Meetings of Creditors

Insolvency Act 1986The County of Wiltshire2001-04-092001-04-062001-04-102001-04-03The City of Cambridge0.12868852.199831CB1 1LY-1.79527451.070369SP1 1BGCompanies Act 1985TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk56165897

HAYDON DAYTUNE LIMITEDNotice is hereby given, pursuant to section 98 of the Insolvency Act 1986, that a Meeting of the Creditors of the above-named Company will be held at Gonville Hotel, Gonville Place, Cambridge CB1 1LY, on 10th April 2001, at 10.30 a.m., for the purposes mentioned in sections 99 to 101 of the said Act. A list of the names and addresses of the Company’s Creditors will be available for inspection, free of charge, at Old Library Chambers, 21 Chipper Lane, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1BG, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on 6th April 2001 and 9th April 2001. Creditors wishing to vote at the Meeting must lodge a full statement of account and (unless attending in person) a proxy at Old Library Chambers, 21 Chipper Lane, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1BG, no later than 12 noon on 9th April 2001. Secured Creditors must, unless they surrender their security, give particulars of their security and its assessed value if they wish to vote at the Meeting. It should be noted that a Resolution specifying the terms on which the Liquidator is to be remunerated may be passed at the above Meeting. By Order of the Board. I. Coles, Director Notes. The Meeting will be presented with a statement of the Company’s affairs and will consider the appointment of a Liquidator and the appointment of a Liquidation Committee. The Meeting is entitled to receive information about, or may be called upon to approve, the costs of preparing the statement of affairs and convening the Meeting. The Meeting may also consider specifying the terms on which the Liquidator is to remunerated. Any Creditor wishing to be entitled to vote at the Meeting must submit a statement of claim. Secured Creditors (unless they surrender their security) must give particulars of their security and its value if they wish to vote at the Meeting. Such vote being only to the value of those parts of their claims not covered by the value of their security. A Creditor who will not be attending the Meeting in person, for example a Company, may, by using a proxy form, nominate another person to attend and vote on his or her behalf or may nominate the Chairman of the Meeting to vote on his or her behalf. Alternatively, if a Company wishes to authorise a person to act as its representative at the Meeting in accordance with section 375 of the Companies Act 1985, that person shall produce to the Meeting a Resolution sealed by the Company or certified by the Secretary or a Director of the Company to be a true copy.(897)