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post Posted: Oct 17 2016, 04:59 PM
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Just how far is $125k going to get them I wonder


Parsing pennies must be all they do all day long.






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What goes on in the 43 days between issuance of shares and the filing of the SSH I wonder.

Whatever it is it makes no difference to the fact that they need more...soon...real soon.



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Just how far is $125k going to get them I wonder. Over a month now since issuance. Another one coming up I suspect.



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if I didn't know any better I would say Enumerate and his cronies have hatched a plan


RTO in train (Chinese dairy, consumer credit???). Can't say anything at the moment. Nothing concrete but don't worry. Everything gonna be alright, we're in safe hands...apparently.

https://www.nzx.com/files/attachments/225698.pdf



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plastic
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Meeting been and gone. Not a peep about business or outcomes.



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AGM tomorrow apparently. Market still not informed of it or its business. Is this legal? I notice too that ANZ Securities show that it is no longer in administration.

What will tomorrow bring? Probably nothing.



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If we are to believe what the company says and there is to be a AGM in two weeks time, then to date, we still do not have notice of one.

Just what is going on with this shell I wonder.






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plastic
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I stand corrected on the detail of the AGM but the statement put out yesterday says it is to be held on the 29th. Was confusing AGM with Annual Report. All that is missing is the notice.

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120 Annual meeting of shareholders

(1)

The board of a company must call an annual meeting of shareholders to be held—

(a) not later than 6 months after the balance date of the company; and

(b) not later than 15 months after the previous annual meeting.




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plastic
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Everything has gone quiet on the Chinese dairy farm sale. Lochinver Station still has not settled even though it has been granted Overseas Investment Office approval months ago. And now, NZF has requested director nominations for a yet to be announced AGM.

I wonder if they are about to receive some names associated with Shanghai Pengxin and LandCorp/AgResearch.

I think it is six weeks notice required at statute for a AGM notice but the Constitution can trim that down to two. Statute also stipulates a AGM must be held within three months of EOY. That makes it the end of Sept. unless relief is granted by the exchange. Which it probably will be because everything else has been delayed.

According to the hard letter of the law, this company is unable to pay its listing costs plus any other cost they incur which makes it insolvent. One has to wonder why the authorities are wringing their hands of any kind of law enforcement on this one.



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rubra
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Funny how the Chinese are putting their ag. n vet. assets up for sale so soon after selling HBV to the yanks. And all just as the TPP is coming to a close this months end in Hawaii.

Sadly BLT has no ag. n vet. exposure.

Now if I didn't know any better I would say Enumerate and his cronies have hatched a plan to buy the Chinese assets which are up for a Claytons' sale while BLT struggles on with its supposed IPO.

Chinese company Shanghai Pengxin's total farm assets in New Zealand are up for sale, including 16 farms and a conditional agreement to buy Lochinver Station - but they are unlikely to be sold.

Because the company wants to restructure, the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) requires it to offer its assets for sale to New Zealanders.

The 16 dairy farms totalling 7885 hectares are the former Crafar family farms, bought controversially for $200 million in 2012.

They were listed for sale on Trade Me on Sunday on a "price by negotiation" basis and by Tuesday had been viewed 657 times

 
 


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