And a good rebuttal from our anonymous friends:I made some comments about the liquidation in the ARHS Act thread. Briefly I am not sure what is going on since the liquidators duties are to gather up the assets of a company (if any), sell them off, and distribute the proceeds of the sale to the creditors, less preferential creditors and the liquidators fees.
A clear and concise response from an actual figure of authority would be welcome.
If major assets are left over I question whether a liquidation was the correct path taken as the end result of a liquidation is usually the winding up of a company by its de-registration. I understand an administrator was appointed and he appears to be the entity dealing with 6029 and other assets. He also appears to be setting up a new structure to manage the assets of the ACT ARHS Museum.
I do not want to end up sued by the former directors, however, to my mind only group has come up winners in this debacle and it is up to you to guess who that might be.
Where meetings held with members prior to the administrator/liquidator being called in?
I am extremely busy now but I will find the time to examine the liquidators and administrators reports which they are required to prepare and submit to ASIC.
I am actually puzzled to who owns 6029 now, since if the company that owns it has been wound up it is sitting in limbo.
All these comments are made without prejudice.