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    Default The delisting process

    Hi all

    What happens when a company is not travelling that well and it has no money.

    Who decides the company is to be deslisted.

    Is there a timeframe etc

    Given that there are many that buy into these specs thought it would be interesting to know how it plays out.


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    It's a small world Whiskers's Avatar
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    Default Re: The delisting process

    In the scenario you mention, the ASX can suspend and later delist if it doesn't meet listing requirements.

    The directors of the company can have it delisted.

    If it is truely broke, the receiver or liqiudator can also.
    Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be Will Be)

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    Default Re: The delisting process

    Thanks Whiskers appreciate the reply.


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