THE liquidator to the company employing 240 people at Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm is promising a detailed statement on the company’s future by tomorrow afternoon.
Adelaide firm Anthony Matthews and Associates has been going through the books of Patinack Farm after it was appointed last week over workers’ compensation premiums since paid to South Australian authorities.
Reports have also emerged of other action against the embattled owner of the Newcastle Knights and Newcastle Jets, with the NSW Supreme Court reportedly allowing the tax office to join a wind-up action against a major Tinkler company.
The Tinkler camp reportedly paid creditors hundreds of thousands of dollars to stop the wind-up case, but the tax office applied to take it on.
A court registrar has reportedly given the tax office until December 10 to prepare a case.