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A restaurant owner has been disqualified from acting as director following his employment of two illegal workers in breach of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
The director ran a restaurant trading as Weymouth Tandoori. On 27 January 2015, Home Office Immigration Enforcement Officers visited the restaurant and found that he was employing two workers who were not eligible to work in the UK. The company went into liquidation on 31 July 2015, owing its creditors ¬£33,802, of which ¬£20,000 was the fine imposed by the Home Office Immigration Enforcement team for employing the two illegal workers.
By virtue of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, employers are responsible for ensuring that their companies do not employ workers who do not have the right to work within the UK. The company is required to undertake, and prove that it has undertaken, checks on workers to establish their entitlement to work prior to recruitment.
The director signed a disqualification undertaking banning him from being a director of a company or from being involved in the promotion, formation, or management of a company for six years from 15 September 2016.
As a reminder director may be disqualified following conviction for an offence under the criminal regime, or as a result of unfit conduct under the civil regime. Unfit conduct includes:
Charles is experienced in litigation (including applications for injunctive relief), mediation and arbitration. He has acted on numerous high profile and large value disputes. He has been extensively published on litigation matters.
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