When Can The Court Make A Disqualification Order?
A director can be disqualified for a number of reasons by the court:
- Unfit Conduct in the promotion, formation, management or liquidation of a company.
- Wrongful Trading (such as trading while insolvent).
- Failure to comply with filing requirements under the Companies Act legislation.
- Breaches of competition law.
- Following conviction for criminal offences (either in the UK or abroad) related to the promotion, formation, management or Liquidation of a company.
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