An & S Stores Pty Ltd

Status: Deregistered
Australian Company Number: 160744678
Australian Business Number: 80160744678
Date deregistered: 2014/11/19
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
last updated


The following company has been deregistered. An & S Stores Pty Ltd was a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. The corporation was issued an ACN - 160744678 and an ABN - 80160744678. On 2012-10-12, the company relocated its HQ to NSW, post code 2160. The company has also used 2 business names, namely C Mart from 2012-10-12 to 2015-11-24, Nadya's from 2012-10-12. Registered for GST on 2012-10-12 (up until 2013-06-29) (it should be noted that the Australian Business Register no longer collects or updates trading names). An & S Stores Pty Ltd was de-registered on 2014-11-19. The above mentioned data comes from the ABN database it was last updated on 2015-11-24.


Details for ABN 80160744678

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Cancelled 2015/11/24 current
Active 2012/10/12 2015/11/24

Main Name

Name From To
An & S Stores Pty Ltd 2012/10/12 current

Business Names

Name From To
C Mart 2012/10/12 2015/11/24
Nadya's 2012/10/12 2015/11/24

Main Location

Location From To
NSW 2160 2012/10/12 current

Goods & Services Tax (GST)

Status From To
Registered 2012/10/12 2013/06/29


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