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Capital Works Constructions was building under the banners Visionaire Homes and Freelife Homes.

Liquidation only option for bust builder

Administrators at Deloitte say collapsed builder Capital Works Constructions may have been trading insolvent from at least June 30 last year, while it had not been paying trades and suppliers on time as far back as October 2013.

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Osborne Park
After reading all about Freelife Homes on Business News, it goes to confirm our suspicions all along that they were trading while insolvent. I hope the Directors face the courts and given their just deserts. They peddled lies for the past 12 months trying to save their backs while giving total disregard to the clients they were serving. this is mismanagement on a very large scale tantamount to fraud by telling the client one thing while doing another (ie nothing)

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