Suppressed Address

 

Question

What does it mean if a form is rejected due to "Suppressed Address"?

Answer

As a Company Director or Secretary, it is a requirement to provide ASIC details of a residential address. The address forms part of ASIC's public database and is therefore available to the public. In certain circumstances, it is possible to apply to ASIC for approval to have a usual residential address suppressed on their public database and, in its place, to use an alternative address (under s205D of the Corporations Act 2001).
If the form is rejected due to the use of a suppressed address, you will need to edit the form to enter the alternate address, and re-lodge to ASIC. If you do not have this information you will need to confirm with your client. 

 

Question

Can the address be unsuppressed?


Answer

Yes, you will need to contact ASIC on 1300 300 630 to do this.

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