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CHAPTER 20
WINDING UP BY THE COURT

liabilities of the company, the names, residences and occupations of its creditors, the securities held by them and the dates when they were given and such other information as may be required.
The statement is made by one or more of the directors and the secretary, or, if the Official Receiver so requires, by a person who has been a director, promoter or officer of the company. The costs incurred in making the statement are allowed to the makers.
The statement is open to the inspection of anyone stating himself in writing to be a creditor.

Report by Official Receiver (s. 236).-As soon as practicable after he has received the statement of affairs, the Official Receiver submits a preliminary report to the Court
(a) as to the amount of capital issued, subscribed and paid up, and the estimated amount of assets and liabilities;
(b) if the company has failed, as to the cause of the failure; and
(c) whether further enquiry is desirable as to any matter relating to the promotion, formation or failure of the company or the conduct of its business.
If he thinks fraud has been committed in or since the formation of the company, the Official Receiver may make a further report to the Court, and a public examination may be ordered under s. 270.

First Meeting of Creditors and Contributories (s. 239).-Within one month, or if a special manager has been appointed, within six weeks of the date of the winding-up order, the Official Receiver must summon the first meeting of creditors and of contributories (r. 119).
The meetings are summoned by giving
(a) seven days' notice in the London Gazette and a local paper;
~b) notice by post to every creditor and contributory (r. 127).
There is also sent to the creditors and contributories a summary of the company's statement, of affairs, including the causes of its failure, and any observations the Official Receiver may think fit to make. Failure to send either the summary or the notice does not invalidate the meetings. The Official Receiver may also summon any director or other officer of the company to attend the meetings. The Official Receiver is chairman at the meeting, and the procedure is regulated bv the Companies (Winding-up) Rules, 1929, rr. 119-156. Any other meetings are summoned in the same way and regulated by the same

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