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Companies (Court) Rules, 1959


199. Notice of meeting

(1) The liquidator shall summon all meetings of creditors and contributories by giving not less than 14 days notice of the time and place appointed for the meeting by advertisement in one daily newspaper in the English language and one daily newspaper in the regional language circulating in the State or Union Territory concerned as the liquidator may consider suitable, and by sending individually to every creditor of the company notice of the meeting of creditors, and to every contributory of the company notice of the meeting of contributories, by prepaid letter post under certificate of posting so as to reach such person in the ordinary course of post not less than 14 days before the date fixed for the meeting.

 

(2) The notice to each creditor shall be sent to the address given in his proof or, if he has not proved, to the address given in the statement of affairs, or, if there is no statement of affairs, to the address given in the books of the company, or to such other address as may be known to the person summoning the meeting. The notice to each contributory shall be sent to the address mentioned in the books of the company as the address of such contributory or to such other address as may be known to the person summoning the meeting.

 

(3) In the case of meetings under section 506, the continuing liquidator, or if there is no continuing liquidator, any creditor may summon the meeting.

 

(4) The notices shall be in such of the Forms No. 87 to 91 as may be appropriate, and Forms Nos. 90 and 91 may be used suitably altered in the case of voluntary liquidation meetings.

 

(5) This rule shall not apply to meetings under section 500 or 509.





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