It is possible for a director to make an application to remain acting as a director or be involved in the management despite a disqualification order or undertaking. We have a 100% success record in these applications going back to 2002. Our team can help you back into business.
We are often asked what to do by individuals already disqualified or facing disqualification proceedings and who want to be involved with a company.
Can someone be involved in the management of a company once disqualified?
The answer is yes – but only with permission from the court.
Without the court’s permission, anyone found to be acting in a managerial role in a company is liable to face a fine or imprisonment.
We can help you obtain that permission from court
There is provision in section 17 of the Company Director Disqualification Act 1986 for a disqualified director to apply to court for
- permission to be a director; or
- involved in the management of a company or LLP
despite a director disqualification order being made.
We have 100% success rate in permission applications
Our specialist director disqualification team at Francis Wilks & Jones offers the expertise needed to make such an application and have a 100% success rate since we started trading in 2002.
We also currently hold the record for the most companies granted leave in a one single application – a total of seventeen.
Remember – director disqualification doesn’t necessarily mean putting your business ambitions on hold.
Our specialist Director disqualification team is here to help you. We are the leading firm of experts in the country. Call for your consultation today. Alternatively e mail us with your enquiry and we will call you back at a time convenient to you.