Names, connections, 2+2
This page contains a mixture of property and other information, company formation, the down side of business, market bits & pieces, probably fairly cryptic and rushed.
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23 March 2003
Gerry Rea & John Leonard (Gerry Rea Associates) were appointed receivers of Global Gateway Fiji Ltd (Kenn Rangi, also Global Internet NZ Ltd, Zip Internet NZ Ltd, Global Internet Wgtn Ltd, Enet Technologies Ltd, Zip Technologies Ltd and Powertel Ltd, & Jeremy Paterson, also Kea Agencies Ltd and formerly of IP Logic Ltd) on 4 March by Prime Investments Ltd (Jeremy & Gail Paterson, both also Kea Agencies, & Gerald & Shirley Paterson, both also Kea Agencies and Rawinia Holdings Ltd). Global Internet NZ faces an application in the Auckland High Court by Inland Revenue to wind it up. That’s due back in court on 10 April.
Bridgecorp Residential Ltd (Rd Petricevic) has entered into possession, as mortgagee, of 2 lots on Poturi Streams Ave, Titirangi, owned by L&D Investments Ltd (Lane Sadler, also formerly of Urim Investments Ltd, & Daryosh Galeh, also Project Solutions NZ Ltd and Legacy Group Ltd, both in liquidation, Sante Fe Corp Ltd with Peter & Joanne Finlay, Albany, Legacy NZIB Group Ltd and formerly of Legacy Immigration Ltd, Shomal Ltd and Dorento CafÃ© Ltd). Project Solutions and L&D Investments went into liquidation on 20 December.
Jaffa Investments Ltd (Michael & Julia Jolley, also Shamrock Investments Ltd, Kingston Developers Ltd and MG & JD Investments Ltd) went into voluntary liquidation on 28 February, appointing Terrence Harris (Campbell Tyson, accountants, Pukekohe) as liquidator.
Dynamic Distributors Ltd (Satyanarayan Dhongade & Vikram Palshikar, also Pacific Fashion Importers Ltd) went into voluntary liquidation on 19 March, appointing Peter & Catherline Jollands (Jollands Callander) as liquidators. Creditors must file claims by Thursday 17 April.
CB Contractors Ltd (Andrew Barrow, also Structural Steel Rigging Ltd) went into voluntary liquidation on 14 March, appointing John Gilbert (C&C Strategic Ltd) as liquidator. Creditors must file claims by Tuesday 15 April.
Auckland City Council applied on 29 January to wind up Hornsby Saleyards Road Ltd (Edward Hornsby, also Hornsby Earthmovers Ltd, Okura Developments Ltd, Whangaparaoa Heights Subdivision Ltd, Mt Richmond Industrial Park Ltd, Whangaparaoa Heights Ltd, MT Ltd, Hornsby Earthmovers Auckland Ltd, in receivership & liquidation, Design Corp Ltd, Debenture/WHSL/HEL/Mt Richmond Securities Ltd, Mt Richmond Securities No 2 Ltd, Amalgamated Contracting Ltd and JB Hire Ltd, and formerly Composite Developments NZ Ltd). The application will be heard in the Auckland High Court on Thursday 3 April at 10.45am.
Inland Revenue applied on 24 January to wind up Merino Socks 1991 Ltd (Mark Pervan, also Halcyon Property Ltd, Reno Investments Ltd and Savoy Holdings Ltd, & Ivan Pervan, also Halcyon, Reno, Savoy, Tony Pervan Investments Ltd, The Sweater Manufacturing Co Ltd and Merino Socks NZ Ltd, and formerly of Nelson Buildings Ltd). The application will be heard in the Auckland High Court on Thursday 3 April at 10.45am.
Inland Revenue applied on 19 December to wind up Carelink Nursing Bureau Ltd (Colin Bosley, Onehunga, also Allstaff Consultancy Ltd, in liquidation, Recruitment International NZ Ltd, Carelink Nursing & Homecare Ltd, NZ Nursing Direct Ltd, Lex Home Mortgage & Properties Ltd, incorporated on 20 March, and formerly of Accounting & Planning Services Ltd). The application will be heard in the Auckland High Court on Thursday 3 April at 10am.
Inland Revenue applied on 28 January to wind up St Arnou Brasserie Ltd (David Allum, Ponsonby Rd, also DNA Holdings Ltd). The application will be heard in the Auckland High Court on Thursday 3 April at 10am.
Inland Revenue applied on 20 January to wind up Complete Property Maintenance Ltd (Bryce Murphy, Beachlands, also Quality Painting Ltd incorporated in October 2002). The application will be heard in the Auckland High Court on Thursday 3 April at 10am.
Inland Revenue applied on 20 January to wind up Candy Textiles Ltd (John, Harold & Graham Candy, also Sovereign Productions Ltd). The application will be heard in the Auckland High Court on Thursday 3 April at 10am.
John Bernard Cull has filed a proposal under part XV of the Insolvency Act. Provision trustee Peter Jollands (Jollands Callander) has called a creditors’ meeting for Friday 28 March at 10am. Inland Revenue had 2 of Mr Cull’s companies, Waterview Downs Ltd and Waterview Downs Apartments Ltd, wound up in December. Both companies were already struck off the Companies Register. Mr Cull was also director of Aralia Holdings Ltd and Muroced Developments Ltd. His Waterview Downs project fell apart in early 1999. Mr Cull attributed some of the group’s problems to slow delivery of titles.