Article 67 - Final meeting prior to dissolution
(1) As soon as the
Company's affairs are fully wound up, the Liquidator shall make up an account of the winding up, showing how it has been conducted and the Company's property has been disposed of, and thereupon shall call a general meeting of the Company for the purpose of laying before it the account, and giving an explanation of it.
(2) The meeting shall be called by advertisement in such newspapers as the
Liquidator thinks most appropriate for ensuring that the meeting comes to the notice of the Company's creditors, which where appropriate may include newspapers published outside the State, specifying its time, place and object and published at least one month before the meeting.