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U: The names behind the action, the week to 31 December 2006, part 3

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Contents:


 


Tyler closes Velocity (now Relyt) & Euphoria (now YMA)


Anglo Certified Financial Services closes


Onix Motors (ex-Ponsonby Motors) faces liquidation


Gilligan closes Tapco Property


Worldsport faces liquidation


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


31 December 2006:


 


Voluntary liquidation: Tyler closes Velocity (now Relyt) & Euphoria (now YMA)


Company: Relyt Holdings Ltd & YMA Investments Ltd


Directors: Amy Tyler, Ponsonby, Mt Eden & Northcote


Liquidation: 28 December


Liquidators: Robert Merlo (Merlo Burgess & Co Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: Wednesday 31 January


Directors’ other main interests: Relyt changed its name from Velocity Distribution Ltd, and YMA changed its name from Euphoria International Ltd, on 21 December. Ms Tyler is also a director of Rapidbody (NZ) Ltd (which was briefly called Performaxx Distribution Ltd) & Recharge International Ltd.



 


29 December 2006:


 


Voluntary liquidation: Anglo Certified Financial Services closes


Company: Anglo Certified Financial Services Ltd


Directors: Anthony Beavan, Northcote Pt


Liquidation: 21 December


Liquidators: Grant Reynolds (Reynolds & Associates Ltd)


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Beavan is also a director of Altomec Group NZ Ltd & The Mortgage Depot Ltd.


 


Application to wind up: Onix Motors (ex-Ponsonby Motors) faces liquidation


Defendant: Onix Motors Ltd (ex-Ponsonby Motors (NZ) Ltd)


Directors: Bert Dwayne Maxwell, Manurewa


Applicant: Dr Amir Butt


Application date: 13 October


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 22 February at 10am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: The company changed its name from Ponsonby Motors (NZ) Ltd on 4 July 2006 and was struck off the Companies Register on 20 December.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Gilligan closes Tapco Property


Company: Tapco Property Ltd


Directors: Matthew Gilligan, Newmarket


Liquidation: 21 December


Solvent: Yes


Liquidators: Grant Reynolds (Reynolds & Associates Ltd)


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Gilligan is a director of Gilligan Rowe & Associates Ltd, GRA Finance Ltd, numerous trustee companies, 1P Holdings Ltd, 3P Property Ltd, Agency PPSA Ltd, Broadway Holdings Ltd, Group FS Ltd, Mahi Moni Holdings Ltd, MGCo Ltd, Overland Building Ltd, Pisa Cove Ltd, PNC Ltd, Sonnet Investments Ltd & West City Holdings Ltd.


 


Application to wind up: Worldsport faces liquidation


Defendant: Worldsport Ltd


Directors: Richard Barnett, Mt Eden; & Alan Cunningham, Herne Bay


Applicant: Let’s Eat Group Ltd


Application date: 1 December


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 19 April at 10am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Barnett is also a director of Digital Media International Ltd, Go Advance Ltd, Interactive Publishing Ltd & Marketing & Subscription Services Ltd. Mr Cunningham is a director of Digital Media International, Interactive Publishing & Pacific Strongnet Ltd.


 


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U: The names behind the action, the week to 31 December 2006, part 2

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Contents:


 


McHugh & Roosebrands close 4 companies


Lynn Carter closes 3 companies


Allied Work Force closes Contract Labour Services (NZ) following allegations


Glenn Cooper companies Home Investment Group & Solway Homes face liquidation


Lickerish faces liquidation


Sun Microsystems closes Seebeyond



TASCC parent company closes


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


27 December 2006:


 


Voluntary liquidation: McHugh & Roosebrands close 4 companies


Company: AB Panelbeaters Ltd, Anthony Bruce Properties Ltd, Metropolitan Towing Ltd & Mt Wellington Highway Towing Services Ltd


Directors: Anthony Bruce McHugh, Audrey McHugh (Anthony Bruce Properties only), Adele & John Roosenbrand, Remuera


Liquidation: 21 December


Solvent: Yes, no longer trading


Liquidators: Jeff Meltzer & Arron Heath (Meltzer Mason Heath)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 19 January


Directors’ other main interests: Mr McHugh is also a director of AB Collision Certifiers Ltd, Asio NZ Ltd & Brooklyn Nominees Ltd. The Roosenbrands are directors of Premier Landscape & Developments Ltd and Mr Roosenbrand is also a director of CP Hireage & Contracting Ltd & Kitchen Visage Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Lynn Carter closes 3 companies


Company: Carter Properties Ltd, Pukehana Ltd & Retrac Investments Ltd


Directors: Lynn Carter, Herne Bay (all 3); & Peter Verschaffelt, Parnell (Carter Properties)


Liquidation: 21 December


Liquidators: Atul Mehta (Markhams MRI Auckland Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: Wednesday 31 January


Directors’ other main interests: The company changed its name from Hi There Ltd in July 2005. Ms Carter is also a director of Argyle Bay Ltd, Mahimahi Properties Ltd, Munga Munga Nui Ltd & Paradise Cove Ltd, and is a former director of Haines House Removals & related companies.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Allied Work Force closes Contract Labour Services (NZ) following allegations


Company: Contract Labour Services (NZ) Ltd


Directors: Miles Elliott & Michael Porter, Hastings; Simon Hull, Warkworth & Parnell; Alan Roberts, Browns Bay; Dharminder Singh, Flaxmere; & Greg Webster, Takanini


Liquidation: 22 December


Liquidators: Grant Graham & Brendon Gibson (Ferrier Hodgson)


Directors’ other main interests: The company’s 64% owner, listed company Allied Work Force Ltd, told the NZX today that, further to its announcement on 14 December that it was undertaking an investigation of its subsidiary, the shareholders resolved to place Contract Labour Services into liquidation. “Allied Work Force is working with the liquidator in an attempt to ensure that all employees of Contract Labour Services will be paid for the work undertaken prior to the liquidation.” Contract Labour Services supplies seasonal labour to horticulture, viticulture & agricultural businesses in Hawke’s Bay, Nelson & Canterbury. On 14 December Allied Work Force director Mr Hull said it had come to the company’s attention that the police & Immigration officials were investigating Contract Labour Services for possible offences, including using subcontracted crew without work permits, both before & after Allied bought into the company and without Allied’s knowledge. Mr Elliott is also a director of Contract Labour Services (HB) Ltd, Interprop Ltd & Shelf 116 Ltd and is a former director of Longlands Packing Co Ltd & Squash Harvest HB Ltd. Mr Porter is a director of Awamoa Farm Ltd, Contract Labour Services (HB), Interprop & Spring Creek Investments Ltd, and is a former director of Livestock Ventures Ltd, Modular Pacific Corp Ltd and T&S Averill Horticulture Ltd. Mr Hull is a director of various Allied Work Force companies, Bonus Investments Ltd, Cattle Mtn Run Ltd, Employee Investments Ltd, Falls Road Properties Ltd, Hull Properties Ltd, Makiri Lands Ltd, On Hire NZ Ltd, Quin Workforce Ltd, Spring Creek Investments & Wayby Station Ltd. Mr Roberts is a director of Nalar 2005 Ltd. Mr Singh is a director of D&D Agriculture & Contracting (HB) Ltd and Rents & Investments Ltd. Mr Webster is a director of various Allied Work Force companies, Employee Investments, GSLT Ltd, GSW Investments Ltd & Quin Workforce.


Earlier story, 7 April 2006: Contract Labour buys holiday park to accommodate seasonal workers


 


Application to wind up: Glenn Cooper companies Home Investment Group & Solway Homes face liquidation


Defendant: Home Investment Group Ltd & Solway Homes Ltd


Directors: Glenn Cooper, Manukau


Applicant: NZ Breweries Ltd (Home), Officemax NZ Ltd (Solway)


Application date: 1 December (Home), 7 November (Solway)


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 1 March at 10.45am, Auckland (Home); Thursday 8 February at 10.45am, Auckland (Solway)


Directors’ other main interests: Solway Homes was one of 9 companies Mr Cooper had incorporated in 2004, 3 of them carrying the same names as 3 which were struck off the Companies Register that year, when Stuart Brauninger or Bruce Gage (or both) had been registered as their directors – Five Star Homes Ltd, Genesis Homes Ltd & Sunset Finance Ltd. Others were Big Box Public Storage Ltd, Glenn Cooper Ltd, Glenn Cooper Holdings Ltd, Greenfield Developments Ltd & Solway Holdings Ltd. Mr Cooper’s also a director of Executive Home Rentals Ltd, Lochiel Holding Corp Ltd & Waylen Financial Services Ltd. Solway survived 2 liquidation applications in 2006 and had another, by law firm Glaister Ennor, adjourned the week before Christmas to the New Year. Mr Brauninger was banned from managing a company for 4 years from 20 October 2005. Mr Gage was also banned for 4 years, from 19 January 2005.


 


Application to wind up: Lickerish faces liquidation


Defendant: Lickerish Ltd


Directors: Francis Uren, Glenfield


Applicant: Sam’s Chicken Ltd


Application date: 24 November


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 29 March at 10am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Uren is also a director of Cityvest Ltd, Cityvest St Martin Ltd (struck off the register in December 2005), Graze Ltd, Jandal Enterprises Ltd & St Martin Developments No 4 Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Sun Microsystems closes Seebeyond


Company: Seebeyond Ltd


Directors: Duncan Bennet, James Hassell & Bruce Peters, Sydney; Stanley Ip & Scott Lundering, Singapore


Liquidation: 19 December


Solvent: Yes, shareholder restructuring affairs


Liquidators: Amanda-Jane Atkins & Glen Gernhoefer (WHK Gosling Chapman Partnership)


Creditors’ claims: Monday 29 January


Directors’ other main interests: The company is owned by Sun Microsystems Inc, California.


 


Voluntary liquidation: TASCC parent company closes


Company: TASCC The After School Care Centre Ltd


Directors: Jennifer Doran, Sandringham; & Jacinta Oldehaver, Mangere Bridge


Liquidation: 21 December

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U: The names behind the action, the week to 31 December 2006, part 1

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Contents:


 


Durrant Holdings (ex-Vantage Aluminium Windows North Shore) sells up & closes


Holder Properties closes


Investment Dynamics closes


Karadah Developments Ltd closes


Koia Architects Ltd closes


Kingston closes 2 old Merchant Finance companies


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


26 December 2006:


 


Voluntary liquidation: Durrant Holdings (ex-Vantage Aluminium Windows North Shore) sells up & closes


Company: Durrant Holdings Ltd (ex-Vantage Aluminium Windows North Shore Ltd)


Directors: Paul Bayer, Takapuna; & Steven Holden, Glenfield


Liquidation: 22 December


Solvent: Yes, the company has realised its assets & ceased trading


Liquidators: Jeffrey Couch (WHK Gosling Chapman, Takapuna)


Creditors’ claims:


Directors’ other main interests: The company changed its name on 8 April 2005, faced liquidation proceedings in March and settled in May. Mr Bayer & Mr Holden are also directors of Bayhold Leasing Ltd, Bayhold Properties Ltd & Vantage North Shore Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Holder Properties closes


Company: Holder Properties Ltd


Directors: David Ryan, Murrays Bay


Liquidation: 21 December


Solvent: Yes


Liquidators: Kenneth Gilbert (Gilbert Accountants Ltd)


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Ryan is also a director of Colourplus Group Ltd, Constellation Décor Ltd, Nelson Décor Ltd & Stellar Enterprises Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Investment Dynamics closes


Company: Investment Dynamics Ltd


Directors: Margaret Garrett, Dairy Flat; & Paul Garrett, Freemans Bay


Liquidation: 22 December


Solvent: Yes, business assets sold


Liquidators: Peri Finnigan & Victoria Toon (McDonald Vague)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 16 February


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Garrett is also a director of Dynamic Cabling Ltd, Fast Orders Ltd (incorporated on 10 October) & Hayabusa Holdings Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Karadah Developments Ltd closes


Company: Karadah Developments Ltd


Directors: Nadir Kasto, Birkenhead; & Michael Seleq, Hillcrest


Liquidation: 21 December


Liquidators: John Gilbert (C&C Strategic Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: 1 April


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Kasto is also a director of Building Safety Distributors Ltd and Fire & Safety Engineering Ltd, and a former director of Kirkuk Investments Ltd & Triangle Fire Protection Ltd. Mr Seleq is a former director of Shore Interiors Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Koia Architects Ltd closes


Company: Koia Architects Ltd


Directors: Tony Koia & Anna Sowry, Devonport


Liquidation: 20 December


Liquidators: Peri Finnigan & John Whittfield (McDonald Vague)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 2 February


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Koia & Ms Sowry are also directors of Koia Architects Auckland Ltd, Koia Architects Queenstown Ltd & Koia Investments Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Kingston closes 2 old Merchant Finance companies


Company: Old LJP Ltd (ex-PJL No 1 Ltd & Parker-Jones Ltd), Old LFMZN Ltd (ex-NZMFL No 1 Ltd & NZ Merchant Finance Ltd)


Directors: Kit Kingston, Torbay


Liquidation: 21 December


Liquidators: John Gilbert (C&C Strategic Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: 1 April


Directors’ other main interests: Parker-Jones changed its name to PJL No 1 on 20 December, then to Old LJP on 21 December. NZ Merchant Finance Ltd changed to NZMFL No 1 then to Old LFMNZ on the same 2 days. Mr Kingston is a director of NZ Merchant Finance Group Ltd, incorporated in 2002.


 


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U: The names behind the action, the week to 24 December 2006, part 7

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Contents:


 


A&R Coatings faces liquidation


Alford Doors folds ahead of court call


Subsidiary’s liquidators want to wind up An Ying Group


Aqua Type closes


Asten Building faces liquidation


Autohaus European 1999 closes


Pulham closes Avonlea Home for the Elderly


Baker & partners close 7 Custodian companies


Central Landscape Supplies (Glenfield) closes


Receivers at Wills’ Coil & Recoil


Cossiga (NZ) closes


Deloitte Property Co closes


Dickens & Associates closes


Second Riddiford company DIYOnline faces liqudation


Sampson closes Egg Affair (2002) & Pax Trading Co


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


Part 6 of this week’s U column updates the list of people who have been banned from managing companies.


 


Part 1 is from the Auckland High Court miscellaneous list, including some liquidation applications, before Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue on Monday 18 December. Part 2 is from the Auckland High Court’s final liquidations list for the year, before Associate Judge David Abbott on Tuesday 19 December.


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


24 December 2006:


 


Application to wind up: A&R Coatings faces liquidation


Defendant: A&R Coatings Ltd


Directors: Ross Capel, One Tree Hill


Applicant: Accident Compensation Corp


Application date: 26 September


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 25 January at 10am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: The company has ceased business. Mr Capel is director of Maxi Tuff Systems Ltd and a former director of CSM Holdings Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Alford Doors folds ahead of court call


Company: Alford Doors Ltd


Directors: Warwick Beauchamp, Red Beach; & Carl Nielson, Blockhouse Bay


Liquidation: 15 December


Applicant for court-ordered liquidation: Rosenfeld Kidson & Co Ltd


Liquidators: Grant Reynolds (Reynolds & Associates Ltd)


Directors’ other main interests: The application to wind the company up was due in court on 1 February. Mr Beauchamp is a director of Aro Investments Ltd, Beauline International Ltd, Eagle Consulting Ltd, First Wheel Ltd, Matamata Motors Ltd, Mustad House Ltd, Southline Seafood Ltd, Synergy Plus Ltd, Tackleman Ltd, WAB Ltd, WBMM Ltd & WMM Ltd.


 


Application to wind up: Subsidiary’s liquidators want to wind up An Ying Group


Defendant: An Ying Group Ltd


Directors: Wang Chang Wu, Howick


Applicant: An Ying International Financial Ltd (in liquidation)


Application date: 17 October


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 1 February at 10am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: The company has a large number of local Chinese shareholders. Wang Chang Wu, now sole director of An Ying Group, is also a director of Orient Ltd. The group has been embroiled in litigation between fellow shareholders for more than a year. On 8 December, the liquidators of An Ying International Financial had another subsidiary, NZ Chinese Bizlink Ltd, wound up in court.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Aqua Type closes


Company: Aqua Type Ltd


Directors: Gavin Smith, Taupaki


Liquidation: 12 December


Solvent: Yes, assets realised & ceased operating


Liquidators: Jeffrey Couch (WHK Gosling Chapman, Takapuna)


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Smith is a director of NWD Group Ltd, wound up in 2002.


 


Application to wind up: Asten Building faces liquidation


Defendant: Asten Building Ltd


Directors: Paul Koppens, Remuera


Applicant: Doorways (a division of Fletcher Building Products Ltd)


Application date: 14 December


Hearing date & time, High Court: Tuesday 30 January at 10.45am, Hamilton


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Koppens is also a director of Asten Commercial Ltd, Asten Developments Ltd, Asten Homes Ltd, Huntsman Ltd & Pamak Holdings Ltd, and a former director of Arhaus Build Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Autohaus European 1999 closes


Company: Autohaus European 1999 Ltd


Directors: Auric & Lisa Mirfin, Snells Beach


Liquidation: 18 December


Solvent: Yes


Liquidators: Andrew Hill (BDO Spicers)


Creditors’ claims: Wednesday 24 January


Directors’ other main interests: The Mirfins are also directors of A

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U: The names behind the action, the week to 24 December 2006, part 8

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Contents:


 


Land closes Nikau Pictures (ex-Fotopress)


Francis Co Architects closes


Fresco Colours closes


FundSource Research (now Bracken Group) closes


Oberholster closes FX company


Receivers at 3 Geotherm companies


Helensville GAS Station closes


Iraklis Twenty Three closes


Old In Store Sales Services company ISSS closes


McAlpine closes ex-Kea Development Group & Upper Harbour Properties


Kwon Kyoto No 29 closes


Jelas closes Lakelands & La Pointe companies


Lotons NZ (now LNZ 2006) closes


Mandrel Displays (now Paradigm) closes


Nancy’s Christchurch wound up in family restructure


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


Part 6 of this week’s U column updates the list of people who have been banned from managing companies.


 


Part 1 is from the Auckland High Court miscellaneous list, including some liquidation applications, before Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue on Monday 18 December. Part 2 is from the Auckland High Court’s final liquidations list for the year, before Associate Judge David Abbott on Tuesday 19 December.


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


24 December 2006:


 


Voluntary liquidation: Land closes Nikau Pictures (ex-Fotopress)


Company: Nikau Pictures Ltd


Directors: Kay & Ross Land, Westmere


Liquidation: 20 December


Liquidators: Matthew Bellingham (Hayes Knight NZ Ltd)


Directors’ other main interests: The company changed its name from Fotopress Ltd in September 2005. The Lands are also directors of Land Mark Properties (2004) Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Francis Co Architects closes


Company: Francis Co Architects Ltd


Directors: Paul Francis


Liquidation: 19 December


Solvent: Yes


Liquidators: Nigel Milton (BDO Spicers Ltd)


Directors’ other main interests: The company changed its name from Francis Clarke Takapuna Ltd in 2001. Mr Francis is a director of Clyde Road Holdings Ltd & Francis Gp Architects Ltd


 


Voluntary liquidation: Fresco Colours closes


Company: Fresco Colours Ltd


Directors: Anne & Clive Ashworth, Albany


Liquidation: 12 December


Liquidators: Arron Heath & Mike Lamacraft (Meltzer Mason Heath)


Creditors’ claims: Wednesday 31 January


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Ashworth is a director of 3 other Fresco companies & Promax Colours Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: FundSource Research (now Bracken Group) closes


Company: Bracken Group Ltd (ex-FundSource Research)


Directors: David van Schaardenburg, Epsom


Liquidation: 19 December


Solvent: Yes, completed purpose


Liquidators: Rusty Donnell (Grant Thornton Auckland Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: Thursday 1 February


Directors’ other main interests: The company changed its name from Ipac Securities (NZ) Ltd to FundSource Research Ltd in 2001, when local management bought the Australian parent out, and to Bracken on 29 September, when the business was taken over by the NZX and the exchange created a new company, Fundsource Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Oberholster closes FX company


Company: FXHT Fund Managers Ltd (formerly trading as FXHomeTrader NZ Ltd)


Directors: Dirk Oberholster, Whangarei


Liquidation: 14 December


Liquidators: Peri Finnigan & Boris van Delden (McDonald Vague)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 2 February


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Oberholster is a director of Glenbervie Stud Ltd, Oberholster Ltd, Paramount Medical Centre Ltd & Totara Glen Ltd.


 


Receivership: Receivers at 3 Geotherm companies


Companies: Geotherm Drilling Services Ltd, Geotherm Group Ltd & Geotherm Transmission Ltd


Directors: Alistair McLachlan & Craig McLachlan (alternate), Taupo


Receivers: Kerryn Downey & William Black (McGrath Nicol & Partners (NZ) Ltd)


Receivership date: 15 December


Directors’ other main interests: Alistair McLachlan is also a director of Brora Intellectual Property Ltd, Geotherm Energy Ltd, Geothermal Produce NZ Ltd, McLachlan Investments Ltd, McLachlan Lands Ltd, Mercury Geotherm Ltd & Poihipi Land Ltd (both in receivership since 1998). Craig McLachlan is a former director of Geotherm Energy Ltd & McLachlan Investments Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Helensville GAS Station closes


Company: Helensville GAS Station Ltd


Directors: Joseph Long, Whangaparaoa


Liquidation: 15 December


Liquidators: Jeff Meltzer & Mike Lamacraft (Meltzer Mason Heath)


Creditors’ claims: Wednesday 31 January


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Long is also a director of Schlong Properties Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Iraklis Twenty Three closes


Company: Iraklis Twenty Three Ltd


Directors: Gregory Thompson, Papakura; & Mark Townsend, Mt Eden


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U: The names behind the action, the week to 24 December 2006, part 6

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Contents:

 

Storewatch’s Anderson gets 4-year ban

Godfrey associate Catsicas gets 4-year ban

Stephen Foley banned to mid-2009

Lyall of Loose Rudder gets 5-year ban

Norrie banned to Christmas 2008

Treloar banned this month

Bernard Whimp banned

 

Names, connections, 2+2

 

Part 6 of this week’s U column updates the list of people who have been banned from managing companies.

 

Part 1 is from the Auckland High Court miscellaneous list, including some liquidation applications, before Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue on Monday 18 December. Part 2 is from the Auckland High Court’s final liquidations list for the year, before Associate Judge David Abbott on Tuesday 19 December.

 

The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.

 

24 December 2006:

 

Banned from managing a company: Storewatch’s Anderson gets 4-year ban

Banned person: Keith William Anderson, Te Atatu

Start date: 30 October 2006, 4 years

Finish date: 30 October 2010

Banned person’s interests: The Insolvency & Trustee Service lists Mr Anderson’s associations as Storewatch Response Group Ltd. Mr Anderson, listed as a trainer, was adjudicated bankrupt on 17 November.

 

Banned from managing a company: Godfrey associate Catsicas gets 4-year ban

Banned person: Stephen Nicholas Catsicas, Parnell

Start date: 4 October 2006, 4 years

Finish date: 4 October 2010

Banned person’s interests: Mr Catsicas, adjudicated bankrupt on 18 October, is a former director of many of Colin Godfrey’s property development & investment companies. The Insolvency & Trustee Service lists Mr Catsicas’s associations as Auckland Management & Consultancy Ltd, Barre Investments Ltd, Eden Crescent Ltd, Future Planning Ltd, Ridana Holdings Ltd, Riverslea Investments Ltd, The 100 Ltd & Trans Tasman Hotel Corp Ltd. Mr Catsicas remains registered as a director of Auckland Management & Consultancy, South Pacific Project Management Ltd & Wealth Builders International Ltd (in liquidation). Mr Catsicas formed Wealth Builders in April 2005 but it was placed in voluntary liquidation in February. He’s also a director of Auckland Management & Consultancy Ltd (one version struck off & in liquidation, a new version incorporated in 2003), Fulham Road Truste Co Ltd, Kingsview Property & Development Co Ltd (Mr Catsicas’ interest held by Kiroo Trust Ltd, which has insolvency lawyer Stuart Robertson as director and one of his trustee companies as shareholder), North Island Property Trading Ltd and South Pacific Project Management Ltd (ownership held by Kiroo Trust Ltd). Mr Godfrey, now living on the Gold Coast, was banned in May from being a director for 4½ years and was adjudicated bankrupt on 23 August.

 

Banned from managing a company: Stephen Foley banned to mid-2009

Banned person: Stephen Eugene Foley, Ellerslie

Start date: 6 October 2006, 2 years 9 months

Finish date: 6 July 2009

Banned person’s interests: The Insolvency & Trustee Service lists Mr Foley’s associations as Bowen Group Ltd, Four Boys Ltd & Red Hill Homes Ltd. Mr Foley was bankrupt from 8 August 2001-04. He was a director of Bowen Group, Buccleuch Property Group Ltd, Cliffside Holdings Ltd, Fairhaven Properties Ltd, Four Boys Ltd (in liquidation), Halcyon Group Ltd & Precision Alloys Ltd, and was a shareholder of Red Hill Homes.

Earlier story, 27 September 2001: Red Hill Homes liquidation under scrutiny

 

Banned from managing a company: Lyall of Loose Rudder gets 5-year ban

Banned person: Trevor John Lyall, Hauraki Corner

Start date: 5 October 2006, 5 years

Finish date: 5 October 2011

Banned person’s interests: The Insolvency & Trustee Service lists Mr Lyall’s associations as The Loose Rudder Ltd (wound up in November 2004, struck off the register in May 2005). He’s also director of The Golden Rudder Ltd (struck off the register in September 2005). Mr Lyall, a plumber, was adjudicated bankrupt on 8 February.

 

Banned from managing a company: Norrie banned to Christmas 2008

Banned person: Ian Maxwell Norrie, Browns Bay

Start date: 26 June 2006, 2 years 6 months

Finish date: 26 December 2008

Banned person’s interests: Mr Norrie, as a building products supplier, stepped in as developer of a Mt Wellington apartment block, Mountain View, when the business of original developer Graeme Raymond collapsed. The Insolvency & Trustee Service lists his associations as Birkenhead Heights Ltd & Central Gardens Ltd. Mr Norrie is still listed as a director or former director of Birkenhead Heights (in liquidation), Central Gardens (in liquidation), Indianola Holdings Ltd, Kitchen Style Italia Ltd, Max Properties Ltd, Mountain View Developments Ltd (in liquidation), Stitson Lainated Surfaces Ltd, Style Italia Ltd, Sureform Products Ltd and 5 companies in receivership, Advantage Solutions Ltd, Consolidated Joineries Ltd, Laminate Suppleirs of NZ Ltd, National Components Ltd & Stylewood Kitchens Ltd.

 

Banned from managing a company: Treloar banned this month

Banned person: Nathan James Treloar, Milford

Start date: 7 December 2006, 2 years

Finish date: 7 December 2009

Banned person’s interests: Mr Treloar was director of Porter Asset Management Ltd, Porter Asset Management No 1 Ltd & Porter Trustee Ltd, all wound up on Inland Revenue’s application on 26 December 2004, and Ireland Equities Ltd (wound up in August 2004; Mr Treloar wasn’t registered as a director or shareholder). Mr Treloar was bankrupt 21 September 1998-2001, when he lived in Levin.

 

Banned from managing a company: Bernard Whimp banned

Banned person: Bernard Terence Whimp, Rangiora

Start date: 30 October 2006, 4 years

Finish date: 30 October 2010

Banned person’s interests: Mr Whimp’s associations are listed as Cardia Ltd & Henry Holdings (Huntly) Ltd. He was adjudicated bankrupt on 17 April 1998 but had it annulled on 14 March 2001. Mr Whimp is listed as a director of Colorado Securities Ltd, Craton Investments Ltd, Deepdale Investments Ltd, General Loan & Finance Ltd, Halcyon Management Ltd, Icahn Investments Ltd & Yorktown Capital Ltd, and a former director of Certa Holdings Ltd & Tara Residential Ltd.

Earlier story, U: The names behind the action, the week to 6 March 2005, part 5, Whimp’s Yellow Box Public Storage folds, plus related liquidations & background

 

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U: The names behind the action, the week to 24 December 2006, part 9

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Contents:


 


Nettlebed Farm wound up


Numeric Computer Systems renamed Margot Investments after liquidation


Ourco (NZ) closes


PAIB International faces liquidation


Peninsula Palms 2001 closes


Petplow Tasman Holdings closes


Forde closes 2 Espresso companies


Plaster Scene (NZ) closes


Receivers at Rainbow Town Printing Co


R&J Holdings closes


Sloss closes Republic Capital


Jacques’ RJI Pacific International wound up


Roseraie Landscapes closes


Smooth Crew faces liquidation


The Immigrant Bar (2006) closes


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


Part 6 of this week’s U column updates the list of people who have been banned from managing companies.


 


Part 1 is from the Auckland High Court miscellaneous list, including some liquidation applications, before Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue on Monday 18 December. Part 2 is from the Auckland High Court’s final liquidations list for the year, before Associate Judge David Abbott on Tuesday 19 December.


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


24 December 2006:


 


Court liquidation: Nettlebed Farm wound up


Defendant: Nettlebed Farm Ltd


Directors: Andrew & Sara McKay, Clevedon


Liquidation: 18 December, Wellington


Liquidators: John Fisk & Craig Sanson (PWC Wellington)


Creditors’ claims: Monday 19 February


Directors’ other main interests: Mr McKay is a director of Heli-Flight Ltd, Heli-Flight (NZ) Ltd & Heli-Flight Wairarapa Ltd. Ms McKay is a director of Heli-Flight, former director of the other 2.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Numeric Computer Systems renamed Margot Investments after liquidation


Company: Margot Investments Ltd


Directors: Andrew Dove, Sydney; & Robert Hochberg, New York


Liquidation: 18 December


Liquidators: Robert Merlo (Merlo Burgess & Co Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: Wednesday 31 January


Directors’ other main interests: The company changed its name from PDT Mobile Data (NZ) Ltd to Numeric Computer Systems of NZ Ltd in 2001, and to its present name on 20 December. Mr Dove is a director of NCS NZ Ltd, incorporated on 11 December.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Ourco (NZ) closes


Company: Ourco (NZ) Ltd


Directors: Herbert Batley, Titirangi; & Ian Vause, Manurewa


Liquidation: 15 December


Solvent: Yes, shareholders restructuring business affairs


Liquidators: Peri Finnigan & Victoria Toon (McDonald Vague)


Creditors’ claims: Thursday 25 January


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Batley is a director of Chlorine Ltd, Cobalt Ltd Regency Imports Ltd & Smallrun Products Ltd, and a former director of ACD Worldwide Ltd, Automotive Glass Supply Co Ltd, Pacific Windscreen Co Ltd & Windscreen Distributors (NZ) Ltd. Mr Colville is a director of Slam Australasia Ltd & Windscreen Distributors (NZ), and a former director of Okewa Family Trust Management Ltd & Waimauku Services Ltd.


 


Application to wind up: PAIB International faces liquidation


Defendant: PAIB International Ltd


Directors: Paul Aitken, Herne Bay


Applicant: Lovegroves Trustee Co Ltd, barrister Michael Locke & designer Tanya Westermeyer as trustees of the Vantage Family Trust


Application date: 6 October


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 25 January at 10.45am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Aitken is also a director of Eclips International NZ Ltd & PAIB Marine Parade Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Peninsula Palms 2001 closes


Company: Peninsula Palms 2001 Ltd


Directors: Arthur & Cindy Taffard, Te Atatu


Liquidation: 18 December


Liquidators: Bryan Williams (Bryan Williams & Associates)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 26 January


 


Voluntary liquidation: Petplow Tasman Holdings closes


Company: Petplow Tasman Holdings Ltd


Directors: Geoffrey Harley, Wellington; Neal Plowman, Kerikeri; & Peter Plowman, Queensland


Liquidation: 21 December


Solvent: Yes, shareholder restructuring affairs


Liquidators: Barrie Brown


Creditors’ claims: Friday 26 January


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Harley is a director of Captain Cook Nominees Ltd & Harleyschambers Ltd. Neal Plowman is a director of Captain Cook Nominees, James Investments Ltd & Uxbridge Enterprises Ltd, and a former director of Airtowel NZ (1975) Ltd, Alsco NZ, Northern Dairylands Ltd, NZ Towel Supply Ltd, Waste Care Ltd & Work Wear Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Forde closes 2 Espresso companies


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U: The names behind the action, the week to 24 December 2006, part 4

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Contents:


 


MTU Carriers faces liquidation


Hugh Riddiford’s Nature’s Forest Products faces liquidation


Optimist Holdings closes


Paeroa Pharmacy closes


Pan Properties closes


Pengelly Builders closes day before court call


Prince Property Holdings closes


Richfields Management closes


Receivers at 3 Robert Brown companies


IRD pursues Kelly’s Roseneath Properties


Ruby’s closes


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


Part 6 of this week’s U column updates the list of people who have been banned from managing companies.


 


Part 1 of this week’s U column is from the Auckland High Court miscellaneous list, including some liquidation applications, before Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue on Monday 18 December. Part 2 is from the Auckland High Court’s final liquidations list for the year, before Associate Judge David Abbott on Tuesday 19 December.


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


23 December 2006:


 


Application to wind up: MTU Carriers faces liquidation


Defendant: MTU Carriers Ltd


Directors: Lyall McCarten, Te Atatu


Applicant: Commercial Factors Ltd


Application date: 24 October


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 22 February at 10am, Auckland


 


Application to wind up: Hugh Riddiford’s Nature’s Forest Products faces liquidation


Defendant: Nature’s Forest Products Ltd


Directors: Hugh Riddiford, Herne Bay & Wellington


Applicant: Turners Auctions Ltd


Application date: 22 November


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 8 March at 10am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Riddiford is also a director of Beechmill Holdings Ltd, Botany Forest Ltd, DIY Ltd (incorporated on 6 October), DIYOnline Ltd (name changed from Nature’s Forest Ltd on 8 March), Greenenz Ltd, Green Renewables Ltd, Greenspirit Holdings Ltd, NZ Beech Ltd, Renewable Resources Ltd & Wairua Kakariki JV Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Optimist Holdings closes


Company: Optimist Holdings Ltd


Directors: Ann & Ross Bolton, West Harbour


Liquidation: 13 December


Solvent: Yes, no longer trading


Liquidators: Jeff Meltzer & Arron Heath (Meltzer Mason Heath)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 12 January


Directors’ other main interests: The company was previously called Lancer Commercial Aluminium Ltd & Lancom Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Paeroa Pharmacy closes


Company: Paeroa Pharmacy Ltd


Directors: Carol & Warren McCarthy, Whitianga


Liquidation: 21 September


Solvent: Yes


Liquidators: Atul Mehta (Markhams MRI Auckland Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 19 January


Directors’ other main interests: Mr McCarthy is also a director of Pharmacy Holdings (Paeroa) Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Pan Properties closes


Company: Pan Properties Ltd


Directors: Patricia Neal, Milford


Liquidation: 11 December


Solvent: Yes


Liquidators: Peter Clarke (Lay Dodd & Partners)


Creditors’ claims:


Directors’ other main interests: Ms Neal is a director of Hamilton Nursing Bureau Ltd, Larchwood Enterprises Ltd & Panacea Healthcare Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Pengelly Builders closes day before court call


Company: Pengelly Builders Ltd


Directors: Deborah Pengelly, Muriwai Beach; & Gordon Pengelly, Silverdale & Waimauku


Liquidation: 13 December


Applicant for court-ordered liquidation: Anchor Wire Ltd


Liquidators: Gerry Rea & Paul Sargison (Gerry Rea Associates Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: Wednesday 17 January


Directors’ other main interests: Anchor’s application was due for hearing on 14 December. Mr Pengelly had a new company, Quadro Construction Ltd, incorporated on 13 October.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Prince Property Holdings closes


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U: The names behind the action, the week to 24 December 2006, part 5

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Contents:


 


Safe Site Systems faces liquidation


Silverdale Motors 1999 faces liquidation


Song Willis closes


Sound Finance closes


Sun in the City closes


Team Abundance NZ faces liquidation


Together closes


Top Hat Wholesale closes


Mandeno adds Victus Matimporter to liquidated list


WG Archer & Sons closes


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


Part 6 of this week’s U column updates the list of people who have been banned from managing companies.


 


Part 1 of this week’s U column is from the Auckland High Court miscellaneous list, including some liquidation applications, before Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue on Monday 18 December. Part 2 is from the Auckland High Court’s final liquidations list for the year, before Associate Judge David Abbott on Tuesday 19 December.


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


23 December 2006:


 


Application to wind up: Safe Site Systems faces liquidation


Defendant: Safe Site Systems Ltd


Directors: Dean Arnott, Palmerston North; Sydney Holm, Wellington; & Brian Orpen, Bucklands Beach


Applicant: Inland Revenue


Application date: 10 October


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 1 February at 10am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Arnott is also a director of Arnott Investments Ltd. Mr Orpen is a director of Alltech Developments Ltd & Chateau House Ltd.


 


Application to wind up: Silverdale Motors 1999 faces liquidation


Defendant: Silverdale Motors 1999 Ltd


Directors: Graeme Martin, Silverdale


Applicant: Inland Revenue


Application date: 20 September


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 25 January at 10am, Auckland


 


Voluntary liquidation: Song Willis closes


Company: Song Willis Ltd


Directors: Ek Lee Ching, Melbourne; Loh Kai Woh, Ng Chin Ang & Soh Hung Cheow, Singapore


Liquidation: 13 December


Solvent: Yes, no longer trading


Liquidators: Karen Mason & Jeff Meltzer (Meltzer Mason Heath)


Creditors’ claims: Friday 26 January


Directors’ other main interests: Ng Chin Ang & Soh Hung Cheow are also directors of Newsong Properties Ltd and former directors of Funridge Properties Ltd & Song Land (NZ) Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Sound Finance closes


Company: Sound Finance Ltd


Directors: Frederick & Margaret Cleave, St Heliers


Liquidation: 1 December


Solvent: Yes, no longer trading


Liquidators: Karen Mason & Jeff Meltzer (Meltzer Mason Heath)


Creditors’ claims: Thursday 21 December


 


Voluntary liquidation: Sun in the City closes


Company: Sun in the City Ltd


Directors: May Wang, city & Kohimarama


Liquidation: 8 December


Liquidators: Paul Sargison & Gerry Rea (Gerry Rea Associates Ltd)


Creditors’ claims: Saturday 13 January


Creditors’ meeting: Liquidators’ office, Southern Cross Building Society building, High St


Directors’ other main interests: Ms Wang is also a director of Asia Investment Group Ltd, Denita Holdings Ltd, Distant Dreams Productions Ltd, Down Under (NZ) Ltd, Dynasty Film Finance Ltd, Dynasty Film Productions Ltd, Dynasty Finance Ltd, Dynasty Group Ltd (not associated with Dynasty Hotel Group Ltd), Dynasty Methven Ltd, Dynasty Property Developments Ltd, Dynasty Tourism Ltd, Legacy Global Ltd (incorporated 11 December; other director is Robert Reece, city), Molin Investments Ltd, MW Advisory Ltd, MW Advisory NZ Ltd, SITCL Property Brokers Ltd, SITCL Trustee Co Ltd, Sun Management Ltd & VRM Holdings Ltd.


 


Application to wind up: Team Abundance NZ faces liquidation


Defendant: Team Abundance NZ Ltd


Directors: Wayne Brunton, New Plymouth; Bruce Doyle, Melbourne; & Ian Regan, Mt Albert


Applicant: Wesfarmers Industrial & Safety NZ Ltd (trading as Packaging House)


Application date: 2 November


Hearing date & time, High Court: Thursday 22 February at 10.45am, Auckland


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Brunton is also a director of Brockworth Ltd and Mr Regan is a director of Vajra Coaching Ltd.


 


Voluntary liquidation: Together closes


Company: Together Ltd


Directors: Soo In Jo & Seoung Ho Kwon, Henderson


Liquidation: 23 November


Solvent: Yes


Liquidators: Joon Youl Seo


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U: The names behind the action, the week to 24 December 2006, part 2

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Contents:


 


All Set Cars wound up


Claim against Asian Drainage withdrawn


Kane’s Autopoint wound up


Bearman Electrical settles


Brewtopp Earthmovers wound up


Brill Realty & Freedom Flight wound up by separate creditors


Kelly’s Central Strata Management likely to settle, says lawyer


David Clark Property follows The Spa at the Scene into liquidation


Kng Architectural Design Studio wound up


Manukau Food Court gets reprieve


Mediahead wound up


Bank withdraws claim against bankrupt Catsicas’ North Island Property Developments


Pistoia wound up


Pixelise wound up


Proactive Workwear case adjourned


Claim against Cleaver’s R&R Enterprises withdrawn


Sovereign Charters wound up


 


Names, connections, 2+2


 


Part 6 of this week’s U column updates the list of people who have been banned from managing companies.


 


Part 1 of this week’s U column is from the Auckland High Court miscellaneous list, including some liquidation applications, before Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue on Monday 18 December. Part 2 is from the Auckland High Court’s final liquidations list for the year, before Associate Judge David Abbott on Tuesday 19 December.


 


The U column is mostly about the down side of business, court-ordered liquidations but also voluntary liquidations. To make reading of the columns more manageable, they are cut into sections of about 100 lines, which print out to 3 pages.


 


19 December 2006:


 


Court liquidation: All Set Cars wound up


Defendant: All Set Cars Ltd


Directors: Christine Tuilagi, Manurewa


Applicant: Commercial Factors Ltd


Liquidators: Official Assignee


 


Discontinued: Claim against Asian Drainage withdrawn


Court liquidation application, defendant: Asian Drainage Ltd


Directors: Anh Van Do, Pakuranga


Applicant: First Choice Drainage Ltd


 


Court liquidation: Kane’s Autopoint wound up


Defendant: Autopoint Ltd


Directors: Grant Kane, Glenfield


Applicant: Transco 2006 Ltd


Liquidators: Gilbert Chapman & Grant Reynolds (Reynolds & Associates Ltd)


Directors’ other main interests: Mr Kane is a director of Car Container Logistics NZ Ltd, Metro Motor Holdings Penrose Ltd, Newport Group Ltd (incorporated in March), Vehicle Max Ltd & Vmax 2006 Ltd (both incorporated in May).


 


Settlement: Bearman Electrical settles


Court liquidation application, defendant: Bearman Electrical Ltd


Directors: Leslie Bearman, Massey


Applicant: Inland Revenue


 


Court liquidation: Brewtopp Earthmovers wound up


Defendant: Brewtopp Earthmovers Ltd


Directors: Steven & Suzanne Brewerton, Te Atatu North


Applicant: Sean & Sharon Topping


Liquidators: Boris van Delden & Peri Finnigan (McDonald Vague)


Directors’ other main interests: The Brewertons bought the Toppings out of the company in March.


 


Court liquidation: Brill Realty & Freedom Flight wound up by separate creditors


Defendants: Brill Realty Ltd & Freedom Flight Ltd


Directors: Jeff Brill, Albany


Applicants: Westpac NZ Ltd (Brill), Inland Revenue (Freedom Flight)


Liquidators: Official Assignee (Brill), David Vance & David Levin (PPB McCallum Petterson Ltd) (Freedom Flight)


Directors’ other main interests: Freedom Flight was struck off the register a second time on 17 August. Mr Brill is also a director of Albatross Properties Ltd, Bema Investment Ltd, Brill Anderson Trustee Ltd & Reality Northshore Ltd, and a former director of Jurassic Properties Ltd.


 


Adjourned hearing: Kelly‘s Central Strata Management likely to settle, says lawyer


Defendant: Central Strata Management Ltd


Directors: Stephen Robert Kelly, Meadowbank


Applicant: Neville Corbett and N&S Corbett Family Trust


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