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2 SISTERS GOURMET PTY LTD

Australian proprietary company limited by shares

Company details

Name: 2 SISTERS GOURMET PTY LTD
ACN: 163484991ABN: 96163484991
Status: External Administration

Date of First Registration: 26/04/2013

Locality:
Suburb: CASHMERE
State: Queensland
Post code: 4500

Former names:

Documents lodged with ASIC

EventDate
Lodges a court order to wind up the company and appoint a liquidator06/11/2019
Notifies ASIC that an application has been made to the Court to have the company wound up05/11/2019
Lodges notification of the appointment or cessation of an external administrator01/11/2019
Notifies ASIC that an application has been made to the Court to have the company wound up23/09/2019
Lodges notification of a change to company details15/05/2019
Lodges notification of a change to company details03/09/2018
Lodges notification of a change to company details27/10/2017
Applies for registration as an Australian company26/04/2013

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    Insolvency Appointments and Other Events

    EventDateAppointee
    ASIC is notified of the appointment or cessation of a liquidator to the company in a court winding up01/11/2019Peter Lucas

    Capital Gains Tax Status

    EventDateAppointee
    If you are a shareholder in this company, it is possible you may be able to realise a capital loss on your shareholding for Capital Gains Tax purposes . That would depend on when you acquired the shares, how they were held and the nature and amount of any distributions. While this often makes good economic sense, we recommend you seek professional advice before buying or selling securities. See here for further details. 17/02/2021