Amart Building Maintenance Pty Ltd

Status: Deregistered
Australian Company Number: 151497102
Australian Business Number: 52151497102
Date deregistered: September 30, 2015
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
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The company described below has been deregistered. Amart Building Maintenance Pty Ltd was a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. This corporation was given an Australian Company Number - 151497102 and an Australian Business Number - 52151497102. On 2014-09-15, the company established a HQ in NSW, post code 2500. Previous hq addresses include NSW 2500 (from 2011-07-01 to 2014-09-15). Registered for GST on 2011-07-01 (up until 2016-01-01) (it needs to be noted that the ABR has stopped collecting or updating trading names). Amart Building Maintenance Pty Ltd was de-registered on 2015-09-30. The information provided above originates from the ABN database it was last updated on 2016-10-05.


Details for ABN 52151497102

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Cancelled January 1, 2016 current
Active July 1, 2011 January 1, 2016

Main Name

Name From To
Amart Building Maintenance Pty Ltd July 1, 2011 current

Main Location

Location From To
NSW 2500 September 15, 2014 current
NSW 2500 July 1, 2011 September 15, 2014

Goods & Services Tax (GST)

Status From To
Registered July 1, 2011 January 1, 2016


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