After Aston Martin, Jean Suzanne motorcycles in the center of a dispute
30 Mai 2011
The liquidator of Infinity BPO Boodhna Roger, did serve a formal notice to the company Ruben Racing Ltd. He seeks the cancellation of payments made by the call center for personal Jean Suzanne. Including the purchase of three motorcycles and two quads.Le all for Rs 1.6 M.
A new controversy arises in connection with the liquidation of the company Infinity BPO. The liquidator of the call center, Roger Boodhna, was serving a formal notice to the company Ruben Racing. He seeks the cancellation of payments made by Infinity BPO for personal Suzanne Jean, former Executive Chairman of the call center.
According to the liquidator, Infinity BPO Ltd Racing Ruben paid the sum of Rs 1.63 million for five motorcycles Jean Suzanne: Rs 500 000 for a Kawasaki 600, Rs 450 000 for a Ducati 696, Rs 180 000 for a Kawasaki 250, and two times the sum of Rs 250,000 for two quads Kawasaki 400.
The liquidator contends in its notice that its payments are not actually due to Ruben Racing. This is because transactions have personally benefited from Jean Suzanne. Procurement is well, as the liquidator in voidable transactions under the provisions of insolvency law. This law provides for the cancellation of any transaction within six months prior to the liquidation of the company. Infinity BPO has been put into liquidation on March 30.
The liquidator will now recover the sum of Rs 1.6 M Ruben Racing.
Barclays Leasing takes control of Aston Martin
Jean Suzanne reported, Tuesday, May 17, an Aston Martin V8 Vantage to the credit card company Barclays Leasing Ltd.. The former head of Infinity was using it so far in this luxurious car that has a 4300 cc engine
Its bank accounts frozen, Jean Suzanne said it can no longer afford to repay Barclays Leasing loan he had contracted to pay for the Aston Martin. The former head of call center must pay to the tune of approximately Rs 162,000 per month for the car purchased at Rs 16 million in March 2007. Sum of Rs 8.4 million including tax). In those affected, it was explained that the car remains the property of Barclays Leasing now because of a link always linking to the car.
That since the entire loan has been repaid. He returns between 2007 and January 2011, about Rs 7M were reimbursed at Barclays Leasing Company Ltd for the Aston Martin. Barclays Leasing may dispose at will of the car and decide whether to sell by auction or sealed bid.