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LJFT has made a takeover offer for MacMahon of 1 share + 1 option to all shareholders as of 17:00 today. I don't know who LJFT are yet, but if you do and this is a good deal then it appears as though you still have time to buy in.
I own MAH shares.
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I have sent out feelers for LJFT Limited as they appear to be an overseas concern.

Interesting play to be set up here as certain management at Henry Walker have a large stake in this company and the top 20 definitely has no allegiances to the current management at MAH.

If I was the powers that be at Henry Walker I would be looking at making my own Part A bid for the shares so that an offshore opposition could not get a foothold into Oz.

Shares may well do dynamics in the short term - depending of course on what the asset backing is of LJFT Limited. Value is a precursor! The one share one option for over 172 million shares will dilute the takeover company and on this note one must ask as to the purpose!
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I went to The ASIC site. LJFT registered on 8/12/1999 in Doncaster. ACN 090 842 434. Registered as a publicly listed company but I haven't found their listing yet.
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MAH - ASX Company Announcement
4 January 2000
Part 1/1
HOMEX - Adelaide
Takeover Offer by LJFT Limited
This morning a Part A Statement was served on Macmahon Holdings
Limited ("Macmahon") by LJFT Limited ACN 090 842 434 ("LJFT").
It appears that LJFT is a special purpose company established
principally for the purposes of the proposed offer.
The proposed offer relates only to Ordinary Shares in Macmahon. It
does not extend to Converting Preference Shares issued by Macmahon.
In summary the proposed offer is to exchange for each fully paid
$0.50 cent Macmahon Ordinary Share;
One Ordinary Share in LJFT fully paid to $0.30 cents; and
One Option expiring on 31 December 2002 entitling the holder to be
issued with one LJFT Ordinary Share on payment of the exercise price
of $0.30 cents.
LJFT has entered into an agreement with Quoted Securities Pty Ltd
ACN 090 815 571 ("Quoted"). Two Directors of LJFT, namely Messrs
R Jimenez and M L Cellante, are said to have a substantial financial
interest in Quoted.
Pursuant to that agreement Quoted will have the right to subscribe
for 250 million Ordinary Shares in LJFT at $0.30 cents each for cash
which will be partly paid in the first instance to $0.000001 cent
with the balance payable in the discretion of Quoted. On the exercise
of this right and payment in full for each share Quoted will be
entitled to an option exercisable within 5 years at $0.30 cents per
share on the basis that an option for one share will be issued for
each of the partly paid shares when they are fully paid. If all of
the partly paid shares were fully paid Quoted would have options in
respect of a further 250 million shares in LJFT.
Through this mechanism Quoted can acquire and maintain control of
50.1% of the issued capital of LJFT. If all Macmahon ordinary
shareholders accepted the offer in respect of all of their shares
(157,092,407) and Quoted exercised its rights in respect of
157,722,035 shares in LJFT Macmahon ordinary shareholders would have
49.9% of LJFT.
Because the securities offered in consideration are in a newly
formed, presently unlisted, special purpose company without any
trading history or existing asset base and are subject to the special
arrangements with Quoted described above, the offer is not
Macmahon was informed, for the first time, on 31 December 1999, of
the proposed bid. However, within the last 4 months interests
associated with an LJFT director approached Macmahon seeking the
issue of options at $0.10 cents each to acquire Macmahon Ordinary
Shares within 2 years at or around $0.45 cents for each Ordinary
Share, on conditions which were unsatisfactory to Macmahon.
Macmahon Directors are in the process of evaluating the Part A and
proposed offer and caution shareholders in dealing in their shares in
the Company until the Directors have had an opportunity to properly
consider the proposal.
M Young
ends - AAP
4-01 1203
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Hmmmm... think long and hard about accepting this offer as the company is unlisted, unknown and management untested. This stinks of a 1985-6 ploy to secure a public company through a convoluted private play where nobody really knows what is going on yet serious money will be made through backdoor listings etal.

No cash but shares.... this makes sense if you do not pay out any money but think about this for a minute! Will not the shareholders be exactly the same at the end of the day? What is in this company (LJFT) that would dilute their existing shareholding - to my mind nothing, so any acceptances will mirror existing shareholding in MAH, yet you cannot dispose of your shares you are giving them to a $2 company's management to control.
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Yes, I agree.
Awaiting further info.
Personally, I would like to see some cash instead of shares in an unknown entity.
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