Northern Territory Government gazette : no. G25
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Northern Territory Government Gazette; General notice
No. G25, 26 June 1985
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Tile Norther, I Tern!ory Govern"jail Gazelle No. G25. 26 nine 1985 Page 7 held at Garraway & Farmers, First Floor, Commercial will exclude the claimant from any distrlbution prior to Union Building, 84 Smith Street, Darwin, N. T. on 9th proof August 1985 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon Dated this thirteenth day of June 1985 The company was placed into liquidation on the 28th day of A. C. GARRAWAY February 1985 by order of the Supreme Court of the Official Liquidator Northern Territory, and I was appointed liquidator Galraway & Partners, Matters for discussion at the creditors' meeting will Chartered Accountants, include 84 Smith Street, Darwin. N. T. 5790 I. The liquidator's comments regarding the company's assets and liabilities and proposed conduct of the liquidation 2. The fixing of the liquidator's remuneration 3. The appointment of a committee of inspection, if required 4. Matters requiting further investigation The directors have submitted a Statement of Affairs of assets and liabilities, and a summary of that statement is included in the creditors' report If you have information that may assist the liquidator (or if you are aware of any material omission in the statement of assets and liabilities) please furnish me with the details As it appears that a dividend will be payable in this administration, a proof of debt form is available. Would you complete and return that form to enable you to rank for dividend. It will assist the conduct of the meeting if you return the proof on or before the date of the meeting A form of proxy is also available to enable you to appoint another person to act on your behalf at the meeting (see note below). Proxies must be returned to my office no later than 4 pin. on the 8th August 1985. A corporate creditor can only be represented by proxy or by a representative appointed under section 140(3) Dated this thirteenth day of June. 1985. 27/25 Planning Act SPECIFICATION OFPLANNINGAREA9 I, STEPHEN FAUL HATTON, the Minister for Lands. in PUTSuance of section 10 of the Planning Actspecify the land described in the Schedule to be a planning area known as planning area 9 with effect on and from I July 1985 Dated this fifth day of June, 1985 S. P. HATTON Minister for Lands SCHEDULE Manning Area 9 ALL THAT parcel of land in the Hundred of Bagot and Hundred of Strungways and Hundred of Ayers County of Palmerston, Northern Territory of Australia, bounded by lines described as follows: Commencing at the southwestern corner of former Part Section 72 Hundred of Bagot;thence easterly by the southern boundary of former Part Section 72 Hundred of Bagot to the south-eastern corner of the said former Part Section: thence easterly by a part of the southern boundary of former Part Section 73 Hundred of Bagot to the most western south-eastern corner of the said former Part Section: thence easterly by the easterly prolongation of a part of the southern boundary of the said former Part Section across the Stuart Highway to a south-western corner of the said former Part Section: thence easterly by a part of the southern boundary of the said former Part Section to the most southern south-western corner of former Hundred of Bagot Portion 1848: thence easterly by the southern boundary of the said former Portion to the most eastern south-western corner of fomier Part Section 73 Hundred of Bagot: thence easterly by a part of the southern boundary of the said former Part Section and its easterly prolongation across Thorngate Road to the most south-western corner of former Part Section 74 Hundred of Bagot: thence easterly by a part of the southern boundary of the said former Part Section its easterly prolongation across the North Australia Railway to the most eastern south-western corner of the said former Part Section: thence south-easterly by the south-easterly prolongation of a part of the north-eastem boundary of the North Australia Railway across Wallaby Holtz Road to the north-westem corner of former Lot 19 of LTO plan 68/6: thence south-easterly by a part of the north-eastern boundary of the North Australia Railway to the most northerly south-eastem corner of former Part Section 77 Hundred of Bagot: thence northerly by a part of the eastern boundary of the said former Part Section to the most western south-western corner of Part Section 76 Hundred of Bagot: thence generally south-easterly by a part of the north-eastem boundary of the North Australia Railway and its south-easterly prolongation across Taylor Road to its intersection with the eastern boundary of ALLAN CHARLES GARRAWAY Official Liquidator NOTE: A creditor is not entitled to vote at a meeting unless: I. His claim has been admitted, wholly or in part. by the liquidator or 2. He has lodged with the liquidator particulars of the debt or claim Proxies must be made available to the liquidator 26/25 Companies Act SUPREMECOURTRULE125(2) No. 69 ADVERTISEMENTFORCLAIMS URLOVSKYPLUMBERSPTYLIMITED (In Liquidation) Persons having claims against the abovenamed Company must prove their debts or claims before the 10th day of August 1985. Proofs must be forwarded to the Liquidator at d- Garraway & Partners. First Floor, Commercial Union Building, 84 Smith Street, Darwin, N. T. 5790 (GP. 0. Box 1999, Darwin, N. T. 5794). Failure to prone
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