|Appointment date||27 November 2018|
|Appointees||Morgan Kelly, Phil Quinlan|
|Company subject to Administration||Halifax New Zealand Limited (in Liquidation) (the Company)
(New Zealand Company Number 2130897)
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Morgan Kelly, Stewart McCallum and Phil Quinlan were appointed Administrators of the Company on 27 November 2018 pursuant to the Companies Act 1993 (Act). On 9 May 2019, Stewart McCallum retired as liquidator.
At the watershed meeting held on 22 March 2019, creditors resolved that the Company be wound up pursuant to Section 239ABA of the Companies Act 1993 and that the Administrators be appointed as Liquidators of the Company.
Information and circulars for creditors. See below for communications in Simplified Chinese.
Information and circulars for creditors in Simplified Chinese.
Court directions proceedings and documentation relating to this matter.
Orders made by the High Court of New Zealand relating to Halifax New Zealand Ltd (in Liquidation).
Documents filed with the High Court of New Zealand including various applications and affidavit evidence.
Answers to creditors' frequently asked questions (FAQs).
Coping with the emotional impact of financial distress.