Company Summary

Radora Developments Limited was set up on Thursday the 17th of June 1999. Their current address is Duff and Phelps Receiver,Molyneux House,67/69 Bride Street,Dublin 8, and the company status is Receivership. The company's current director David Courtney has been the director of 20 other Irish companies; 10 of which are now closed. Radora Developments Limited has 2 shareholders.

Company Name:Radora Developments Limited
Company Status:RECEIVERSHIP
PETITION FOR WINDING UP STRUCK OUT
PETITION FOR WINDING UP
Presentation Date 01/11/2010
Company Address:Duff and Phelps Receiver,
Molyneux House,
67/69 Bride Street,
Dublin 8
Key Executive:David Courtney
Company Size:Log-In To View
Established:17/06/1999 (17 years in business).

Key Contact Profile

David Courtney is a Company Director of Radora Developments Limited since 2009 and a listed Director of 6 other companies.

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CRO DocumentEffective DateRecieved By CROView Now
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT21/05/201626/10/2016Join Up
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT21/05/201526/10/2016Join Up
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT21/11/201526/10/2016Join Up
E9 RECEIVERS ABSTRACT21/11/201426/10/2016Join Up
B2 CHANGE IN SITUATION OF REG OFFICE.04/11/201526/11/2015Join Up
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Company Status:Receivership
PETITION FOR WINDING UP STRUCK OUT
PETITION FOR WINDING UP
Presentation Date 01/11/2010
Latest Credit Movement:
Date of Last Movement:11/07/2014
Latest Accounts Filed:08/12/2009
Report Based on Accounts:30/11/2007
Next Set of Accounts Due:31/08/2009
Overdue:Yes
Credit Score:Free To View

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Director:David Courtney

Ownership Structure

Company Type:LTD - Private Company Limited By Shares
Number of Shareholders:2

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