Case details for Duy Tho DUONG

Name: Duy Tho DUONG

Name: Mandarin Court Limited

Date of Birth: 12 / 8 / 1952

Date Order Starts: 12 / 2 / 2019

Disqualification Length: 7 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 04826407

Last Known Address: 63 Bean Oak Road,, , , , WOKINGHAM, RG40 1RJ

Conduct: Duy Tho Duong (“Mr Duong”) failed to ensure that Mandarin Court Limited (“Mandarin Court”) complied with its statutory obligations under The Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 to ensure that relevant immigration checks were completed and copy documents retained, resulting in the employment of three illegal workers. Following a visit from Home Office Immigration Officers on 30 November 2017, during which this breach was discovered, Mandarin Court was issued with a penalty notice in the sum of £30,000, which remained outstanding at the date of liquidation. Between 22 January 2018 and 29 January 2018, he caused or allowed Mandarin Court to enter into transactions totalling £37,500 when he knew or ought to have known Mandarin Court was insolvent, for which no explanation has been provided and which were to the detriment of creditors. In that:

  • On 19 January 2018 Mandarin Court received a Civil Penalty Notice from Immigration Enforcement, the penalty amount was £30,000 and a deadline of 16 February 2018 was given for payment.
  • On 22 January 2018, the directors of Mandarin Court approached the liquidators for insolvency advice.
  • Between 22 January 2018 and 29 January 2018, cash withdrawals totalling £34,500 and a cheque withdrawal of £3,000 were made from Mandarin Court’s bank account leaving a balance of £470.
  • At liquidation, Mandarin Court had liabilities of at least £57,432 and assets of £1,500. 

    This information is correct as at 23 / 1 / 2019


    Name: Mui Choi DUONG

    Name: Mandarin Court Limited

    Date of Birth: 7 / 11 / 1971

    Date Order Starts: 12 / 2 / 2019

    Disqualification Length: 7 Years 0 Month(s)

    CRO Number: 04826407

    Last Known Address: 63 Bean Oak Road,, , , , WOKINGHAM, RG40 1RJ

    Conduct: Mui Choi Duong (“Mrs Duong”) failed to ensure that Mandarin Court Limited (“Mandarin Court”) complied with its statutory obligations under The Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 to ensure that relevant immigration checks were completed and copy documents retained, resulting in the employment of three illegal workers. Following a visit from Home Office Immigration Officers on 30 November 2017, during which this breach was discovered, Mandarin Court Limited was issued with a penalty notice in the sum of £30,000, which remained outstanding at the date of liquidation. Between 22 January 2018 and 29 January 2018, she caused or allowed Mandarin Court to enter into transactions totalling £37,500 when she knew or ought to have known Mandarin Court was insolvent, for which no explanation has been provided and which were to the detriment of creditors. In that:

  • On 19 January 2018 Mandarin Court received a Civil Penalty Notice from Immigration Enforcement, the penalty amount was £30,000 and a deadline of 16 February 2018 was given for payment.
  • On 22 January 2018, the directors of Mandarin Court approached the liquidators for insolvency advice.
  • Between 22 January 2018 and 29 January 2018, cash withdrawals totalling £34,500 and a cheque withdrawal of £3,000 were made from Mandarin Court’s bank account leaving a balance of £470.
  • At liquidation, Mandarin Court had liabilities of at least £57,432 and assets of £1,500. 

    This information is correct as at 23 / 1 / 2019



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