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Multi-Choice Taxation questions

Thursday, 23 March 2017
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The Multi-Choice factory at Moorabbin East

The Australian Taxation Office has launched federal court proceedings to wind up Melbourne screen printing business Multi-Choice.

The Deputy Commissioner of Taxation last month lodged an application for a winding up order of Multi-Choice Screen Printing and T-Shirt Wholesale, and the Federal Court (Victoria) has now set a date next month to hear the case.

The ATO recently has used winding up orders to chase delinquent taxpayers, particularly companies, according to insolvency firm Worrells.

“The application for the winding up is based on insolvency but due to privacy issues we can’t give any further information,” says a spokesperson for the Australian Government Solicitor.

Multi-Choice has serviced the wholesale and retail industry for 22 years from its factory in Moorabbin East, 19 km south east of the CBD.

A staff member who answered the phone said the doors were still open and the business was operating as usual. Owner/director Kwong Xi has been unavailable for comment.

On its website, Multi-Choice describes itself as an industry leader in custom textile printing for any needs. The Multi-Choice difference is one of high quality, low cost t shirt printing and digital transfer that is unmatched elsewhere through the traditional online print shop. In addition to our extensive screen printing services, we also provide textile printing services. Capable of printing up to 12 colours with lightning fast turnaround, Multi-Choice is your only choice if you want promotional clothing or digital printing excellence.

Multi-Choice at Moorabbin East

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR WINDING UP ORDER

Hearing details

Court: Federal
District/State: Victoria
Place: COURT 8H (Level 8), Owen Dixon Commonwealth Law Courts Building
Level 7, 305 William Street, Melbourne
Date and time: 9.30 am, 04 April 2017
Action number: VID165/2017

Copies of documents filed may be obtained from the plaintiff’s address for service.

Plaintiff’s details

Plaintiff’s address for service:

Place: c/- Australian Government Solicitor
Level 34, 600 Bourke Street
MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Telephone: 03 9242 1222
Facsimile: 03 9242 1333

Any person intending to appear at the hearing must file a notice of appearance in accordance with the rules, together with any affidavit on which the person intends to rely, and serve a copy of the notice and any affidavit on the plaintiff at the plaintiff’s address for service at least 3 days before the fixed date for the hearing.

Plaintiff or Plaintiff’s legal practitioner:

Address Level 21, 200 Queen Street, MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Contact person Charmaine Streeter
Contact number 03 9242 1222
Facsimile 03 9242 1333
Email charmaine.streeter@ags.gov.au

 This notice does not mean that the company was wound up.

 

 

 

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