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We will be undertaking maintenance work on the website from 10am-12pm (Midday) E.S.T on Tuesday 31st March 2015.

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Welcome to ASIC's publication website; an ASIC hosted website for the publication of notices, including insolvency and external administration-related notices, required to be published under the Corporations Act  2001 and Corporations Regulations.  This publication website operates independently of ASIC's main website which can be found at:

This site provides an easy to search central location for the following two categories of notices:

External administration related notices

Other notices

  • notices arising out of a company's external administration (eg court liquidation, voluntary administration etc)
  • notices of winding up applications filed with an Australian court
  • notices required to be published in a members voluntary winding up (winding up of a solvent company)
  • some notices relating to schemes of arrangements under Part 5.1 of the Corporations Act (insolvency related)
  • notices relating to voluntary or ASIC-initiated proposals to deregister a company
  • some notices relating to schemes of arrangements under Part 5.1 of the Corporations Act (non-insolvency related)
  • notices of ASIC's intention to wind up a company under section 489EA of the Corporations Act

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