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liquidator

a person who conducts the winding up of a company. Such a person must be a qualified insolvency practitioner (unless the winding up is done by the official receiver). See LIQUIDATION.
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Liquidators must make full disclosure to creditors about their independence.
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For further information contact: Lumber Liquidators Investor Relations Ashleigh McDermott Tel: 757.
The Liquidators announce their intention to make a second interim liquidation distribution (the "Second Interim Distribution") of:
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Whilst the Liquidators still intend to make a second interim distribution, payment has been delayed due to the ongoing audit of the Company's subsidiaries' financial statements by independent external auditors in Luxembourg.
If the court decides not to remove the liquidators, ASIC will seek orders that the liquidators:
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At an extraordinary general meeting of the Company held on 30 April 2010, shareholders passed resolutions to wind-up the Company and appointed Ashley Paxton and Steven Stormonth of KPMG Channel Islands Limited as joint liquidators (the "Liquidators").