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Paulej2603
Posts: 123
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Zaza
Today 18:17
Surely the fact that they are listed doesn’t matter as they still have shareholders and legally can’t just picket the money
 
predator7
Posts: 259
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RE: Zaza
Today 17:58
I mean if all goes good and there going to make lots off money they dont have to relist, they keep all the money for themselves and leave us locked out. I read somewhere on here companys can do that. I could be wrong.
psxtalks2u
Posts: 62
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RE: Zaza
Today 16:34
= fingers crossed (xed)!
minden
Posts: 2,761
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RE: Zaza
Today 16:25
Your last sentence', they dont need to relist fingers xed' what does that mean pls.
predator7
Posts: 259
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Zaza
Today 16:22
Hopefully a good outcome then no excuse not to release news and tell us the truth ,then we find out how greedy the board are, will they relist so us poorly private investors can get our money back do they have a morals when it comes to money Time will tell we will see the true Zaza soon lets all hope its good news, they dont need to relist fingers xed.
minden
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Relist
Today 16:19
that's what it's all about for me-couldn't give a damn about the company, it's about our investment. As it currently stands we are 0p per share. Our hard earned money flushed away so that FRR and it's directors can use our cash for their on gains. Relisting may recover some of our losses, however it's tongue in cheek optimism . Simply all I want is my 'investment' back.
Kenco222
Posts: 673
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 14:04
Ah, yes. Reach
Arsenal221
Posts: 34,425
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 13:48
Reach Rns that has been mentioned.
jester16
Posts: 8,432
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 13:47
No but they can communicate through their website. Let's get a nomad and relist with farm ins galore.
jester16
Posts: 8,432
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Dont count your chickens
Today 13:46
Until they hatch. Let's hope for good news its 50/50 red or black. If we are successful the question is will we relist.
Kenco222
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 13:44
FRR can’t list an RNS, as they are not listed on AIM
Arsenal221
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 13:41
The amendment to the summons is by Frr, as it is them making the claim. So on that basis Frr on them dropping the main part of the claim then that can only be for an OOCS. Unless they are adding to the claim of which at the moment looks very unlikely. So would think that Frr are the only ones who can take this further.
Let's hope though we get a nice looking Rns released by end of week, early next week then we can finally stop trying on working out what is happening.
Zibrahimovic
Posts: 5,110
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 13:17
BBF, yes if he feels Hope was trying to scupper the company then he might take a dim view on it, especially if Hope is trying to spin this out even more imo.
Kenco222
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RE: SB ii
Today 13:05
A BIG week ahead, hopefully...
johnnybbad
Posts: 357
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RE: SB ii
Today 12:51
Could be final oocs and costs decision/apportionment.
Arsenal221
Posts: 34,425
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RE: SB ii
Today 10:36
.As SB mentions along the lines of, in that post on Frr dropping Fiduciary breach claim that there would not be anything meaningful for the judge to rule on/give judgement on.
Arsenal221
Posts: 34,425
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SB ii
Today 10:34
Fozz, my conclusion is slightly different. Infact I think it points to an OoC settlement. Why? Well, the hearing is an amendment to the summons FRR served originally on Hope/OMF. We know from previous judgments from the Cayman’s that even after an out of court settlement have been reached between the parties, the Court has still slapped in a judgment/penalties on parties, particularly relating to Breach of Fiduciary cases. I think this hearing will probably see the summons amended and maybe the Fiduciary breach claim will be dropped by FRR. Also consider that according to the respectful poster ‘oopsi’ on LSE, the Listings for the Appeals Court for April have been published and interestingly FRR appeal is not on that list…as of now.As SB mentions above that on Frr dropping Fiduciary breach claim that there would not be anything meaningful for the judge to rule on/give judgement on.
FinnFCR
Posts: 253
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 10:03
Thanks Zib/wham
Droid1
Posts: 24
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Progress on NOMAD?
Today 09:46
This would be a big tell if a NomAd was real to go.. Don't suppose we know anything further wrt potential candidates either?? Good luck everyone :)

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BezzyBushFire
Posts: 331
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 09:20
Zib,

Do you think the judge may want to opine on Hope anyway, regardless of an OOCS? He wasn’t very impressed with Hope’s conduct, based on the last court write-up.
Arsenal221
Posts: 34,425
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 08:52
As the judge has generally told them that OOCS is best way forward then would think very unlikely he would intervene with his own judgement.
Arsenal221
Posts: 34,425
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 08:49
If it is the case that Frr has come to agreement on an OOCS then news might be released by end of week.
As always though it is a wait & see.
WHamBoy
Posts: 370
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Price:0.00
RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 08:46
Finn - at the very least, with an OoCS they will need to return to the court to tell everyone involved that the proceedings presently before the court should be dropped. Whether they also need the judge to sign off on the settlement, that is another matter, and one to which I don't know the answer. I'm hoping oopsi might be able to help us.
Zibrahimovic
Posts: 5,110
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 08:46
Finn, basically no. Even if an oocs is agreed. Cayman judges can still determine a case if they feel it is warranted.
FinnFCR
Posts: 253
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RE: RE:Shirley an OOCS
Today 08:27
Seen a few comments saying it will be days to wait now for news, but we’re probably talking another 3 weeks before we hear anything from the caymans and someone shares the papers on this board. Unless we get an RNS-R or hear directly from YJ and we know that is very doubtful. Does anyone know if a settlement does indeed need to be overseen by Kawalay? Or if out of court means literally out of court completely




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