The following Restructuring & Insolvency precedent Produced in partnership with Geraldine Quirk of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Court Reference No:[ INSERT COURT REF. NUMBER]
[IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS [OF ENGLAND AND WALES] [IN [INSERT LOCATION]]
[ INSOLVENCY AND COMPANIES LIST (ChD)]
[IN THE COUNTY COURT AT [INSERT LOCATION]]
[BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS LIST]
[ IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
[INSERT LOCATION] [ DISTRICT REGISTRY]
In the matter of [Insert company name]
In the matter of the companies act 2006
I, [Insert name], of [insert firm/company], [insert address], was appointed by the Court to act as chairman of the meeting[s] of Scheme Creditors of [insert company name] (the Company) (as defined in the scheme of arrangement referred to below) (the Meeting[s]) convened pursuant to an order made herein and dated [insert date] (the Order). The Meeting[s] [were OR was] held at the offices of [insert address] on [insert date] at [insert time] and summoned by notice dispatched at least [insert number] clear days prior to the Meeting[s] by prepaid first class mail to Scheme Creditors for whom address details not believed to be incorrect were available and by notices published at least [insert number] clear days before the day appointed for the Meeting[s], in:
[insert details of publications];
[insert details of publications].
I hereby report to the Court the result of the Meeting[s] as follows:
Terms used in this Report shall bear the meaning
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