Abrakebabra Franchisee Ordered To Pay €1m In Unpaid Taxes And Penalties

May 11, 2012 by Cris | 0 Comments

Irish Examiner:

A director of two firms that formerly held six Abrakebabra franchises has been ordered by the president of the High Court to pay almost €1m in unpaid taxes and penalties.

Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns granted judgment for €930,234 against Mustapha Belhout after rejecting as “utterly unconvincing and unbelievable” his claims of not receiving the Revenue’s assessment or notice of demand.

The Collector General had sought judgment for arrears of income taxes for the years 2002 to the end of 2008, plus penalties.

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