The damage claim was lodged by Yashodar and Deveena Boygah, both managers Empowering People Ltd. The company, whose headquarters is located in Rivière-du-Rempart, was the holder of a permit to take paris on international football matches.
Empowering People Ltd commenced operations August 14, 2010 and had 10 offices across the country paris. According to the regulations, license bookmaker was for a period of one year. The GRA would then renew it for the company to continue its activities.
In their complaint, and Yashodar Deveena Boygah say they have received a letter from the GRA, February 21, 2011, informing them that the company has not paid a sum of Rs 2,228,641 to the National Solidarity Fund. This money represented the accumulated "winning unpaid receipts." The GRA was thus suspended license bookmaker Empowering People Ltd with immediate effect and invited the company to provide explanations in writing.
Both directors argue in their complaint, having sent a letter to the GRA to inform qu'Empowering People Ltd has already paid the amount to the National Solidarity Fund. In addition, Empowering People Ltd had stated in his letter that the GRA should have been given an opportunity to explain himself before suspending its operating license.
The company had also discussed the fate of its 82 employees if she ever had to put the key under the doormat. "There Were 82 persons Involved in the company and the closure of the company's business Would lead to all persons losing Their thesis means clustering of livelihood," it said in the complaint.
Despite these explanations, the GRA has revoked the license Empowering People Ltd, 29 July 2011. A decision that the company calls "unreasonable and contrary to the doctrine of proportionality" in its complaint. Empowering People Ltd has obtained the permission of the Supreme Court to challenge by way of judicial review, the decision of the GRA to revoke his license bookmaker.
Meanwhile, she initiated another action in the Supreme Court, where she is claiming damages of Rs 470 612, 620 to the GRA. This amount includes the monthly salary of Rs 200,000 of the two directors, a loss of Rs 39.2 million and losses of dividends estimated at Rs 164,400,153 for each director. The case will be called March 5, 2014.
Yashodar and Deveena Boygah has hired Mr Roshi Bhadain and Preetam Chuttoo to defend them.