Board Resolution for Authorisation to Sign Documents in Word Format

Sample Template Example of Beautiful Excellent Professional Board Resolution for authorising Authorised representative to sign documents & take actions on behalf of a private / public company in Legal / loan matters in Word / Doc / Pdf Free Download

 RAJKOT- 360025.
Extract of Resolution of meeting of Board of Directors of Suryamani Traders Pvt. Ltd. held on 25th June, 2018 at 2:00 pm at at 102, VASUDHA VILLA, 34, 6/2 Kalavad Road, Razkot- 360025

REFERENCE TO BIFR on behalf of Nagpur Apperal & Industries Ltd.:

The Chairman informed the Board that the Company is holding 55000 shares in Nagpur Apparel & Industries Ltd.(KSIL), which has gone into liquidation on 30.07.2017. The accumulated losses of Nagpur Apperal & Industries Ltd. for the year ended 30th September 2016 is close to the net-worth of the company and accordingly, the company has become potentially sick industrial company within the meaning of Section 3 (1) (o) of the Sick Industrial Companies (Special Provisions) Act, 1985 (SICA). In terms of Section 15 of SICA, the company is required to make a reference to the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR). Since KSIL is under liquidation, our company in capacity of contributor shall move the application for BIFR on behalf of KSIL.The Board discussed the matter in detail and after due deliberations it was unanimously decided by the Board to make a reference to the BIFR on behalf of KSIL by filing the Reference under Section15 of SICA. The Board authorised Mr. Sarat Paul, Director to take effective steps for filing the Reference including appointing of any Advocate or any other Professional to assist the company in filing and registering the reference with BIFR. In this regard the following resolution was passed.

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Technical Issues Email Sample Format

Sample Template Example of Excellent Professional Letter / mail for Solving Technical Problems to Technical Support Team / System Administrator in Word Format

Dear Alex,

As per the process the compound which has been manufactured is entered first in SAP and then the other steps follows it. In that way, if we do not manufacture the planned number of tyres for which compound has been made, the consumption for the materials will be high in SAP. Say if we have planned to manufacture 50000 tyres and for that 20000 Kgs of Carbon is required, the entire carbon will be consumed in the first stage only. If the production at the later stage get hampered due to shortage of fabric, bead wire, antacid agent, etc the consumption of these materials will not come in SAP because 50000 tyres have not been produced whereas on say 25000 tyres are produced. This is one problem.

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Apology letter to customer for late delivery in word format

Sample Template Example of Apology Letter with Proper Justification / Professional Explanation For Delay in Delivery / Shipment / Service in Word Format

Dear Sir

As explained in previous mails too that things were out of our control for loading the container on board. There is no one we can blame, neither the container despatching nor our services,

However we had intimated your team to release container in the morning time on Monday but it left in the afternoon around 3 pm.

We expected the container to reach port on Monday afternoon so that we can plan clearance but it reached at 9 pm the same night leaving us only 1 days for clearance wherein the customs staff comes in at 12 pm around which leaves us half a day, in such scenario it is not easy to clear an export container in half day.

Infact we had made all arrangements for Monday evening at the port for clearance and things would have been through. Subsequently the congestion issue made it worse but still we managed to get the container till the gate/yard but the liners refused accepting it as we were late by few hours. Still we had an option by paying extra fees to liner without even getting it to your notice, on our cost, and they could have accepted but the vessel was overbooked.

We could have planned on a Saturday pickup from your factory but again an issue of excise officer unavailability on Saturday and Sunday which we already discussed with your team.

There was no stone left unturned but believe us, things were really out of our control,

In the past also we have never brought anything to your notice and delivered results but this time we tried our best as usual but it did not fall in our favor,

I am really sorry for the inconvenience and looking to sort this out.

Thanks & Regards
Neetu Singh
C&F Manager
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