On December 29th, 2020, the Cape Down High Court has granted a provisional liquidation order against Mirror Trading International.
“The Master of the High Court will now appoint a provisional liquidator to urgently take control of the assets and liabilities of MTI,” said Anyuschka Nett, partner attorney at Luitingh and Associates.
They were not the attorneys who filed the case, but they were also seeking provisional liquidation order against MTI on behalf of their client, Steven Watkins.
The case that was heard on December 29th was brought by Vezi & De Beer inc on behalf of their client, Anton Lee.
Vezi & De Beer Inch are campaigning for the appointment of Mr AW van Rooyen from Investrust as the liquidator.
Luitingh Ans Associates are advocating for the appointment of Mr. Kurt Robert Knoop from Manci & Knoop Financial Services as the liquidator.
If you are a member of Mirror Trading International, you should visit mtiliquidation.co.za and complete a nomination for Manci and Knoop so that they may be appointed as the liquidator.
It stated the following:
- The rule nisi is issued, calling upon all persons interested to show cause, if any, on Monday 1 March 2021 at 10h00, or as soon thereafter as the application may be heard, why a final order for MTI’s liquidation should not be granted.
- The Sheriff of the Court shall attach all property that appears to belong to MTI.
High Court Application – Investrust
High Court Application – Manci & Knoop Financial Services
Things are really getting interesting with Mirror Trading International…
There has been no sign of Johan Steynberg and Cheri Marks…
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