Melita Honey Farm listed for ‘sale on hold’ until Tasmania’s border restrictions lift | The Examiner

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A honey farm at the centre of a tax evasion scandal will be listed for sale when Tasmania’s border restrictions are lifted. The Melita Honey Farm at Chudleigh closed June 30 this year, and has since been listed for ‘sale on hold’ by commercial real estate agent Knight Frank. “The timing of the listing will be dependent upon the reopening of the border,” current owner Remmo Beerepoot said. “The opening of the borders is very fluid. We will cross the bridge, in regards to this decision, when there is certainty regarding any proposed dates.” Knight Frank was contacted for comment. The closure followed a Supreme Court order for the devout Christian owners to pay $2.32 million to the ATO after years of failing to pay income tax. Farm operators Fanny, Lida and Remmo Beerepoot argued at the time that paying taxes was “against God’s will”, and said the

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