Company Summary

Docfield (Tallaght) Limited was set up on Wednesday the 13th of November 2002. Their current address is The Abberley Court Hotel,High Street,Tallaght,Dublin 24, and the company status is Normal. The company's current directors Brendan Flynn, Colm Flynn and Brian Flynn have been the director of 24 other Irish companies between them; 18 of which are now closed. According to our records, Docfield (Tallaght) Limited has had judgments registered against it. Docfield (Tallaght) Limited has 1 shareholder. This Irish company shares its Eircode with at least 1 other company.

Company Name:Docfield (Tallaght) Limited
Company Status:NORMAL
Status Note:Form E8 (Notice of Appointment of Receiver) per S436 CA 2014 has been filed with the CRO in respect of part or all of the property of the company, which property may or may not be beneficially owned by the company. Please refer to the relevant E8 Form(s) for further information.
Company Address:The Abberley Court Hotel,
High Street,
Dublin 24
Key Executive:Colm Flynn
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Key Contact Profile

Colm Flynn is a Company Director of Docfield (Tallaght) Limited since 2003 and a listed Director of 15 other companies.

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CRO DocumentEffective DateReceived By CROView Now
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT19/02/201723/02/2017Join Up
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT19/08/201601/09/2016Join Up
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT19/02/201611/08/2016Join Up
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT19/08/201508/10/2015Join Up
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT19/02/201508/10/2015Join Up

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Company Status:Normal
Latest Credit Movement:
Date of Last Movement:21/08/2016
Latest Accounts Filed:13/08/2012
Report Based on Accounts:31/12/2010
Next Set of Accounts Due:25/09/2012
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Director:Colm Flynn
Director:Brendan Flynn
Other Directors:Docfield (Tallaght) Limited has 1 other Director.

Ownership Structure

Company Type:LTD - Private Company Limited By Shares
Number of Shareholders:1


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