Paynes Find Project Purchase Update
Paynes Find Project Purchase Update
Perth, July 6, 2018 AEST (ABN Newswire) - As announced 21 December 2017, Cervantes Corporation Limited (ASX:CVS) (the Company) confirmed that the purchase of the Paynes Find Gold Project from European Lithium Limited (ASX:EUR) (EUR) (the Transaction) had settled.

The total consideration in relation to the Transaction comprises $500,000 cash (of which $420,000 has been paid to date) and $500,000 in share consideration (paid). The parties have agreed to settle the remaining cash consideration payable of $80,000 through the issue of 7,000,000 shares in Cervantes at a deemed issue price of 1.14c each. The Company will also issue one free attaching unquoted option for every two shares issued which are exercisable at 1.5 cents each on or before 30 June 2020.

The Company is extremely pleased with finalising the Paynes Find Gold acquisition and can now move forward with a great deal of comfort knowing all assets are now 100% owned. It is also pleasing that EUR has such confidence in the Company and its assets that they have seen value in taking shares in the Company, especially after such encouraging results from our Albury Heath Project in Meekatharra.

About Cervantes Corporation Limited

Cervantes CorporationCervantes Corporation Limited (ASX:CVS) is an emerging gold explorer and aspiring gold miner. It has built up a portfolio of gold properties in well-known and historically producing gold districts with a strategy to apply novel exploration and development thinking. Cervantes has identified opportunities in those districts that were overlooked by previous explorers. The company is committed to maximizing shareholder value through the development of those opportunities.



Collin Vost
Executive Chairman
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