TBi winding-up petition
A petition for the winding-up of telecommunications services firm TeleBermuda International Ltd revolves around a purported debt that the company disputes.
The court action was presented at the Supreme Court last month by law firm Carey Olsen Bermuda Ltd, on behalf of the Bermuda Telephone Company.
A spokeswoman for TBi told The Royal Gazette she was unable to go into detail about the dispute as it is before the courts. However, she said that in TBi’s view “the petition is without merit and TBi expect it to be dismissed in the very near future”.
BTC, a Digicel company, has been approached for a comment on the matter. A response is awaited.
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