On the 9 August 2019, Liquidator Gavin Moss of Chifley Advisory sent confirmation of all patents held by Securicom being assigned to us, CPC Patent Technologies Pty Ltd.
In his letter (below) it clearly states our position as the patent holders and our legal right to say so. Any conflicting information found on any Microlatch related website is false and misleading.
Pursuant to a Deed of Assignment dated 31 July 2019 (“the Deed of Assignment”), the Company (“the Assignor”) assigned any and all rights, title and interests which it may have had in and to the IP, including any right to apply for intellectual property rights in any country or region worldwide, to CPC Patent Technologies Pty Ltd ACN 615 736 028 (“the Assignee”) effective from the same day.
In light of the above, I, as the Liquidator of the Assignor, confirm the assignment of all the Assignor’s right, title and interest in and to the IP to the Assignee on the terms of the Deed of Assignment.
Gavin Moss – Liquidator, Chifley Advisory
On 11 December 2019 Justice Henry of the Supreme Court of NSW orders clearly state that the patents held by CJ Burke Nominees Pty Ltd are to be returned to Securicom and Microlatch (which Mr Burke has done) which is confirmation of the statements by the liquidator in his letter below, and confirms that CPC Patent Technologies Pty Ltd is the rightful owner of the Securicom patents.