Luxury cars Mauritius

Voiture de luxe: le DPP fait appel après l’acquittement de Thierry Lagesse

Poursuivis pour entente délictueuse et tentative d’évasion fiscale, entre autres, au sujet de l’importation et de l’utilisation d’une voiture de luxe sous le Returning Resident Scheme, Thierry Lagesse, Ashish Kumar Seeburrun et Dhanishwar Toolsee ont été acquittés.

22 Aug 2016,

Returning Resident Scheme: Customs Pinned By CCID

Sidick Peeroo, a customs officer, was arrested by officers of the Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) in the context of the investigation of fraudulently imported luxury cars.

03 Nov 2013,

Luxury Cars: The Top Of The Iceberg

The woes of the broker Dhaneshwar Toolsee are far from over. Indeed, after his arrest in the investigation into the purchase of a Mercedes SLS 63 AMG last month, now the Central CID again pinned, this time to buy a Porsche Panamera.

21 Sep 2013,

The Case Of Luxury Cars: Toolsee Confronted With Checks Lagesse

Director SS Motor Point was Wednesday at Central CID where he was confronted with four checks issued by Thierry Lagesse investigators. The latter said to have made ??payments to Dhanishwar Toolsee in February for "excise duty" and the value added tax (VAT) of the Mercedes SLS AMG.

06 Sep 2013,

Import Luxury Cars - Ramnarain Rajendra Gupta: "The Legislation Is Not Explicit"

Tax evasion as 'Returning Resident Scheme' were on the menu of the Grand Journal of Radio Plus Tuesday, led by Nawaz Noorbux, who received three officers on the board of the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA).

05 Sep 2013,

Fraud On Luxury Cars: Ernst & Young Said He Was "Rolled" By SS Motor Point

SS Motor Point offered tempting offers. This is why Gerald Lincoln, head of Ernst & Young, the opportunity to purchase a Porsche Cayenne, a Range Rover and a BMW X3. However, it said, "have been rolled" by Dhaneshwar Toolsee, director of the company.

27 Aug 2013,

Undervaluation: The CCID On Track 12 Cars

The Central Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) survey of 12 luxury cars. These cases were referred to the police after investigation by the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA).

24 Aug 2013,