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Surat Projects Pvt. Ltd. Versus Prime Polyweave Ltd.

2015 (11) TMI 1549 - GUJARAT HIGH COURT

Winding up orders - Held that:- As clear from the record that the respondent has not given the reply to the statutory notice. Thereafter, in pursuance to the notice issued by this Court, the respondent has not remained present before this Court. Even .....

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d. - Accordingly, this petition is allowed. The Official Liquidator attached to this Court is appointed as Liquidator of the respondent company with all the powers conferred upon him under the provisions of the Companies Act of 1956. - Company Pe .....

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Sections 433 and 434 of the Companies Act of 1956, wherein the petitioner has prayed that the respondent company be wound up and the Official Liquidator attached with this Court be appointed as Liquidator with a direction to take possession of the as .....

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has admitted the petition and also permitted the petitioner to publish advertisement in two daily newspapers about the admission of the petition. Thereafter, hearing was fixed on 26.6.2015. The respondent did not appear even after the order of admiss .....

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he Provisional Liquidator. The matter was listed for further hearing on 10.8.2015 and thereafter the matter was adjourned from time to time. 3. Today, when the matter is called out, nobody has remained present on behalf of the respondent. Therefore, .....

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g amount of ₹ 65 lacs with 18% interest. Though statutory notice is duly served to the respondent, no reply is given by the respondent company. Thus, the respondent has failed and neglected to pay outstanding dues of the petitioner and, therefo .....

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