What is director disqualification?

Director disqualification means that an individual, if found guilty of a director disqualification offence, is banned from being a director or being involved in the formation, promotion or management of a company for a period of between 2 and 15 years. The director disqualification legislation which deals with all aspects of the director disqualification regime is set out in the Company Director Disqualification Act 1986. https://www.gov.uk/company-director-disqualification

Where an individual has been a director of a company which has entered into insolvency, that individual could face the risk of being disqualified as acting as a director for between 2 to 15 years. This is normally as a result of allegations of some kind of misconduct by the director in the company which has since gone into liquidation.

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Please contact one of our friendly solicitors now for your consultation. At Francis Wilks & Jones, we have all director disqualification experience needed to deal with any type of issue you may have. Feel free to look at our website and the many different director disqualification examples of cases where we have successfully assisted our clients. 

 

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