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Companies (Court) Rules, 1959

321. Resignation of liquidator

(1) In a members' voluntary winding-up, a liquidator who desires to resign his office, shall summon a meeting of the company and submit his resignation to it.

(2) In a creditors' voluntary winding-up, a liquidator who desires to resign his office shall summon separate meetings of the creditors and contributories of the company to decide whether or not his resignation shall be accepted. If the creditors and contributories by ordinary resolution both agree to accept the resignation of the liquidator, the resignation shall take effect. In any other case, the liquidator shall report to the Court the result of the meetings and apply for appropriate orders of the Court and the Court may, upon such application, determine whether or not the resignation of the liquidator shall be accepted, and may give such directions and make such orders as it considers necessary.

(3) The liquidator shall, along with his resignation, submit an account of his acts and dealings as liquidator and a statement as to the position of the liquidation, in a form in all respects similar to the statement prescribed under these rules under section 551(1), commencing from the date when the last previous statement, if any, under the said section terminated, or from the date of his appointment as liquidator, whichever is later, and brought down to the date of his resignation.

(4) The expenses of summoning a meeting of the company under sub-rule (1) of this rule, or of the meetings of creditors and contributories under sub-rule (2) and of the application to be made to the Court under sub-rule (2), shall be part of the expenses of the liquidation.

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