Case details for Javed LAL

Name: Javed LAL

Name: BALTIC SOLUTIONS LIMITED

Date of Birth: 12 / 3 / 1976

Date Order Starts: 20 / 12 / 2018

Disqualification Length: 3 Years 6 Month(s)

CRO Number: SC466752

Last Known Address: 40 Hamilton Place, , , , PERTH, PH1 1BD

Conduct: Between 22 December 2014, when the liability in respect of PAY as You Earn (“PAYE”) and National Insurance Contributions (“NIC”) for the period 06 November 2014 to 05 December 2014 fell due, and 20 March 2017, the date the company ceased to trade, Mr Javed Lal, “(Mr Lal”) caused Baltic Solutions Limited (“Baltic”) to trade to the detriment of HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) and Perth and Kinross Council (“PKC”), through failing to ensure that the company complied with its statutory obligations to submit payments in respect of PAYE and NIC and Non Domestic Rates (“NDR”). Over this period payments to other creditors were maintained. HMRC

  • Baltic submitted monthly PAYE and NIC returns for the period 05 December 2014, due on the 22 December 2014, to the 05 April 2017 disclosing a liability of £44,365.90 against which payments totalling £2,508.25 were made and Employers Allowance of £5,000 credited leaving £36,857.65 outstanding at liquidation. PKC 2015/16
  • On 01 December 2016 PKC were informed the company were trading and issued a bill for the year 2015/16 in the sum of £8,736.00 with a final notice being issued on the 09 February 2017. On 02 March 2017 a statutory addition in the sum of £873.60 was charged. No payments were made leaving the full amount outstanding at liquidation. 2016/17
  • On 01 December 2016 PKC issued a bill for the year 2016/17 in the sum of £8,808.80 with a final notice being issued on the 23 February 2017. On 10 March 2017 a statutory addition in the sum of £808.88 was charged. No payments were made leaving the full amount outstanding at liquidation. Comparative Treatment
  • Accounts for the period ended 29 February 2016 reveal Trade Creditors Totalling £69,607 and HMRC totalling £20,980. At liquidation the only claims submitted are for HMRC totalling £69,439.50 and PKC totalling £22,001.98. A review of bank statements from 01 March 2016 to cessation disclose expenditure totalling £293,270 of which £123,027 related to cheque transactions, £31,669 to individuals (wages), £4,900 to a connected company, £5,060 to himself and £120,052 in trade and expense. During this period £8,562 was paid to HMRC and nothing was paid to PKC. 

    This information is correct as at 3 / 12 / 2018



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