7. Notice of meeting by advertisement only

(1) The Court may order that notice of a meeting be given by advertisement only and not by individual notice to the persons concerned.
(2) In considering whether to make such an order, the Court will have regard to the cost of advertisement, the amount of assets available and the extent of the interest of creditors, members and contributories or any particular class of them.
(3) In addition to the standard contents, the advertisement must state —
(a) the venue for the meeting;
(b) that claims, proofs (if not already delivered) and proxies must be delivered to a specified place not later than 12.00 noon on the business day before the date fixed for the meeting; and
(c) the date of the Court's order that notice of the meeting be given by advertisement only.