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Redcurrent’s business fails to sell, unsecured parties get zilch

The homeware retailer, which had five stores across the country, was placed into liquidation in February.

Liquidators for the failed homeware retailer Redcurrent say a sale of the business as a going concern did not eventuate despite receiving interest from several parties. 

The final liquidators' report also showed that unsecured creditors, who were due $2.6m, were left empty handed.  

The 25-year-old

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Redcurrent’s business fails to sell, unsecured parties get zilch
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