Medisafe Medication Review Consulting Pty Ltd

Status: Deregistered
Australian Company Number: 160187511
Australian Business Number: 34160187511
Date deregistered: 3rd September 2012
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
last updated

Description

The following company has been deregistered. Medisafe Medication Review Consulting Pty Ltd was a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. The corporation was issued an ACN - 160187511 and an ABN - 34160187511. On 2012-11-07, the company relocated its HQ to NSW, post code 2200. Previous headquarters addresses include NSW 2200 (from 2012-09-03 to 2012-11-07). Medisafe Medication Review Consulting Pty Ltd was de-registered on 2012-09-03. The above mentioned data comes from the ABN database it was last updated on 2019-03-25.

Details for ABN 34160187511

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Cancelled 25th March 2019 current
Active 3rd September 2012 25th March 2019

Main Name

Name From To
Medisafe Medication Review Consulting Pty Ltd 6th September 2012 current
Medisafe Medication Review Consulting Pty Ltd 3rd September 2012 6th September 2012

Main Location

Location From To
NSW 2200 7th November 2012 current
NSW 2200 3rd September 2012 7th November 2012

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