Ta Pharma Pty Ltd

Status: Registered
Current name since: Fri, 22nd Mar 2019
Name in the ASICs register: Ta Pharma Pty Ltd
Australian Company Number: 123048920
Australian Business Number: 15123048920
Registration date: Fri, 8th Dec 2006
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
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Description

Ta Pharma Pty Ltd is a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. This corporation was registered on 2006-12-08 and was issued with the 123048920 ACN. Its Australian Business Number is 15123048920. Since 2006-12-08, the company is headquartered in NSW, post code 2068. Ta Pharma Pty Ltd was registered for the GST on 2007-01-01. The above data comes from the ABN database which was updated on 2007-01-01.

Details for ABN 15123048920

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Active Fri, 8th Dec 2006 current

Main Name

Name From To
T&a Pharma Pty Ltd Fri, 8th Dec 2006 current

Main Location

Location From To
NSW 2068 Fri, 8th Dec 2006 current

Goods & Services Tax (GST)

Status From To
Registered Mon, 1st Jan 2007 current

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Company Patents

Patent Application Number: 2008200791

General information:

Application date: Tue, 19th Feb 2008
Patent status: Lapsed

Either the application has not been accepted by 21 months after the first examination report (or 12 months after the Raising the Bar Act) or some other deadline in the prosecution process has not been completed in time, for example IP Australia has issued a direction to file a request for examination and the applicant has not done so in the required period (2 months).

Patent type: STANDARD
Primary IPC mark: A61K 31/167

International Patent Classification:

IPC Mark: A61K 31/16
Version date of the IPC Classification record: Sun, 1st Jan 2006
Section code: A - human necessities
Class code: 61 - medical or veterinary science; hygiene
Subclass code: K - preparations for medical, dental, or toilet purposes (devices or methods specially adapted for bringing pharmaceutical products into particular physical or administering forms a61j0003000000; chemical aspects of, or use of materials for deodorisation of air, for disinfection or sterilisation, or for bandages, dressings, absorbent pads or surgical articles a61l)
Main group code: 31 - medicinal preparations containing organic active ingredients
Subgroup code: 16 - amides, e.g. hydroxamic acids
Mark type: Later (ie Secondary)
Classification level: Advanced
Classification code: Inventive
IPC Classification assigned/Application publish date: Mon, 25th Feb 2008
Classification type code: Original
Classification source code: Human

IP Australia process information:

Source code: PAMS
Patent classification type: Standard
Examination request filing date: Wed, 12th Aug 2009
Requested examination type: Request Full Examination
First report issue date: Fri, 11th Sep 2009
Further report issue date: Wed, 18th May 2011
Examination section: A1 PBR, Plants and Biotechnology
Expiry date: Tue, 24th Mar 2026
Earliest priority date: Tue, 19th Feb 2008
Effective patent date: Fri, 24th Mar 2006
OPI published in journal date: Thu, 13th Mar 2008
Continue renew fee paid date: Thu, 24th Feb 2011
Patent in force to: Sat, 24th Mar 2012

Change of Ownership:

Request filed date: Tue, 10th Jun 2008
Name change date: Mon, 23rd Jun 2008
Advertised date: Thu, 3rd Jul 2008
Change reason: Request for Assignment
Assignment validated date: Mon, 5th May 2008
Document description: Deed of Assign
Name type: New

Early terminations:

Application status: Lapsed
Applied date: Sun, 12th Jun 2011
Reason description: Did Not Gain Acceptance Within The Prescribed Time.
Published date: Thu, 14th Jul 2011

Patent Application Number: 2008101283

General information:

Application date: Tue, 19th Feb 2008
Patent status: Sealed

What happens 3 months after acceptance, assuming there are no oppositions filed. The Status 'sealed' was replaced with 'granted' with IP reform implementation, but from a systems perspective the two statuses are identical.

Patent type: INNOVATION
Primary IPC mark: A61K 31/167

International Patent Classification:

IPC Mark: A61K 31/16
Version date of the IPC Classification record: Sun, 1st Jan 2006
Section code: A - human necessities
Class code: 61 - medical or veterinary science; hygiene
Subclass code: K - preparations for medical, dental, or toilet purposes (devices or methods specially adapted for bringing pharmaceutical products into particular physical or administering forms a61j0003000000; chemical aspects of, or use of materials for deodorisation of air, for disinfection or sterilisation, or for bandages, dressings, absorbent pads or surgical articles a61l)
Main group code: 31 - medicinal preparations containing organic active ingredients
Subgroup code: 16 - amides, e.g. hydroxamic acids
Mark type: Later (ie Secondary)
Classification level: Advanced
Classification code: Inventive
IPC Classification assigned/Application publish date: Tue, 7th Jun 2011
Classification type code: Original
Classification source code: Human

IP Australia process information:

Source code: PAMS
Patent classification type: Innovation
Expiry date: Fri, 19th Feb 2016
Earliest priority date: Tue, 19th Feb 2008
Sealing date: Thu, 23rd Jun 2011
Effective patent date: Tue, 19th Feb 2008
Continue renew fee paid date: Tue, 20th Jan 2015
Patent in force to: Fri, 19th Feb 2016

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