|The view from Surf Circle Road, Tura Beach.|
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Photo: Jonathon Idas
The default judgement Cobbity won against Ms Toppi in the Local Court in 2010 for more than $23,762.56 has been set aside. So has the March 22, 2011 bankruptcy notice Cobbity obtained and which Ms Toppi successfully opposed.
Some of the motivation for Cobbity’s seeming change of heart might stem from the difficulty it has had in identifying whether it was the horse Ms Toppi owned that has occupied its ritzy stables without paying its way.
Friday, 4 November 2011
|Colefax Chocolates in Ramsay Street|
Haberfield Photo SiN Images
Colefax owner Lisa Lee, who purchased the business with her husband Peter Lee in 1998, declined to discuss Nicols’ appointment when SiN contacted her.
Nicols had not returned SiN’s call at time of writing.
A search of the ASIC database shows that in March this year a proprietary company called Colefax Chocolates (NSW) Pty Ltd was registered with the corporate regulator.
|Jake Rowe and wife Elizabeth|
after their examination Photo: SiN Images
According to his McGrath online profile, Rowe is no slouch in the realty game, having sold over $500 million worth of property during a 20 year career. He holds the price record for a house and land package in Manly and has his residence where his mouth is, living in sought after Bower Street.
Perhaps emboldened by his success in bricks and mortar, Jake and Elizabeth Rowe purchased the trademark to the Indio cosmeceuticals brand from a company called Industry Only, which was at the time in administration. And that appears to have landed them in the middle of a sticky piece of litigation where the phrase "Pheonix Company" is central to a Supreme Court judgement handed down this year. See the original judgement here
Wednesday, 2 November 2011
|The Whale Beach Road property proving hard to sell even at a loss|
Raine & Horne Palm Beach is expected to be the agent appointed to sell the Whale Beach Road property, although R&H Palm Beach principal Glenn Lee told SIN this morning he was not aware that his firm had formally received the contract.
Wily is cutting it fine with Christmas approaching but is only too aware of the swelling mortgage, currently around $5.2 million and expanding by $25,000 per month.