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2 May 2013
Kismet Miah, who ran The Red Fox Indian Cuisine Limited, a restaurant in Tarporley, in Cheshire, has been disqualified from acting as a director for eight years, after he failed to pay a fine for employing illegal workers - and closed down his business instead.
1 May 2013
Stephen Bloch, the director of Centenary Holdings III Limited (previously Seagram Distillers Plc), has been disqualified for eight years by the High Court of Session, Edinburgh, for denuding the company of cash assets of £15m over an 18 month period.
30 Apr 2013
European Medical Assistance (EMA), a company which passed itself off as a worldwide emergency medical assistance provider but had no ability to provide these services, has been wound up in the public interest by the High Court in London, following an investigation by The Insolvency Service.
29 Apr 2013
Alexis Jon Stone, a director of Bike Insurer Services Ltd, a motorbike insurance comparison website that traded from premises in Formby, Merseyside, has been disqualified for eight years for paying himself or his American company ahead of other creditors. The disqualification follows an investigation by The Insolvency Service.
26 Apr 2013
Stephen Charles Aldous, director of timber merchant Forestsale Limited, in Ipswich, has been disqualified from acting as a director for ten years, from 26 April 2013, for failing to keep adequate accounts and for causing his company to trade in breach of VAT regulations.
26 Apr 2013
Ronald Francis Jackson, director of fishing tackle and equipment store Hooked (UK) Limited, in Benfleet, Essex, has been disqualified for five years for failing to keep proper accounts, following an investigation by The Insolvency Service.
24 Apr 2013
Three companies that supplied essential services to mobile homes run by a nationwide operator based in Essex were wound up on 15 April 2013 up by the High Court in the public interest following investigations by the Insolvency Service.
23 Apr 2013
Peter James Frampton, director of Oil and Water Limited (OWL), a waste management company in Shaftesbury, Dorset, has been disqualified from being a director for seven years for allowing his company to dump toxic silt into a protected environmental area and failing to pay almost £1m in tax.
19 Apr 2013
Wasim Minhas, director of Plateau Development and Land Limited, a company that illegally sold plots of land to the public and then failed to account for £1 million in payments from these sales, has been disqualified from acting as director for nine years following an investigation by The Insolvency Service.