Bon O'Byrne Social Research and []; LEGAL NOTICES

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Bon O'Byrne Social Research and []; LEGAL NOTICES


Bon O'Byrne Social Research and Training Consultants Limited, having its registered office at 10 Pembroke Wood, Passage West, Co. Cork and having its principal place of business at 10 Pembroke Wood, Passage West, Co. Cork having ceased to trade and BK Marine Services Limited, having its registered office at Ballylawn, Moville, Co. Donegal and having its principal place of business at Ballylawn, Moville, Co. Donegal having ceased to trade and Justside Limited, having its registered office at 25 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 and having its principal place of business at 25 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 never having traded and Stiles Financial Services Limited, having its registered office at 1 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3 and having its principal place of business at 1 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3 having ceased to trade and Blackcastle Studios Limited, having its registered office at Newcastle, Kilmainhamwood, Kells, Co Meath and having its principal place of business at Newcastle, Kilmainhamwood, Kells, Co Meath having ceased to trade and Farm Apprenticeship Board, having its registered office at The Irish Farm Centre, Bluebell, Dublin 12 and having its principal place of business at The Irish Farm Centre, Bluebell, Dublin 12 having ceased to trade and each of which has no assets exceeding [euro]150 and having no liabilities exceeding [euro]150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the Registrar on that basis to exercise her powers pursuant to section 733 of the Companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register. …

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