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Advisory: Cuttle & Isaacs Limited (In Liquidation)

29 January 2001
PR07/02 FFNZ
Media Advisory: Cuttle & Isaacs Limited (In Liquidation)

Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) is aware that a number of farmers in both the North and South Islands have been affected by the liquidation of the Ashburton-based livestock brokerage and auctioning company Cuttle & Isaacs Limited.

Chartered accountant firm Ainger-Tomlin (Christchurch) has been appointed the liquidator of Cuttle & Isaacs Limited.

Most farmers will have been notified of the liquidation and sent an unsecured Creditors Claim form by now.

If there are farmers who are owed money by Cuttle & Isaacs Ltd who have not been notified, the Federation recommends that they contact Warwick Ainger at Ainger Tomlin directly (Tel: 03 343-0046, Fax: 03 349-9312).

Federated Farmers would also remind farmers that the Federation is keeping a register of those affected by this event. This will enable the Federation to gauge the scope of the problem and assess whether we can facilitate any action on behalf of our members. Farmers can register on free phone 0800 646 327.

ENDS

For more information: Alistair Polson, 06 342 2853 or 025 370 085 Maxine Yule, 04 473-7269

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