It is possible to be disqualified as a director for actions and events which took place before you get appointed - if you dont fix them. Our team has been advising directors since 2002 on all aspects of director disqualification. Let us help you too.
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Normally, a director cannot be disqualified for failing to remedy previous inadequacies in the company before s/he became a director.
However, quite often it is the case that a director comes in to
- “see out” the company;
- cover up for previous directors; or
- extract what value is left in a company
All of these approaches are indeed worthy of criticism.
Additionally, a director’s conduct will be assessed where
- s/he is appointed and does little or nothing to protect creditors from a deteriorating situation which preceded his/her appointment;
- or where s/he could have done something to prevent a pre-existing situation from getting worse;
- a director disqualification example of this could be where there are outstanding tax returns from previous periods and a director does not bring them up to date or act to deal with this liability.
Francis Wilks & Jones is the county’s leading firm of director disqualification solicitors. We are director disqualification experts with a combined experience of over 50 years in all types of claims. Contact one of our friendly expert director disqualification solicitors now for assistance.
FWJ exceeded my expectations by not only avoiding an order for my disqualification as a director but also negotiating a complete withdrawal of the prosecution. This has been such a relief and weight off my mind after many years and I am very grateful to them. I strongly recommend instructing them at the very earliest opportunity. Timely advice, realistic expectations, prioritisation and logical legal presentation were key.A company director we successfully defended against a director disqualification claim by the Registrar of Companies