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5 Helpful Facts for Directors Facing Director Disqualification
Director Disqualification is likely to increase.
We specialise in helping to defend directors against director disqualification proceedings brought against them by the Insolvency Service or the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills. So, if you are a director and are facing director disqualification, here are our 5 helpful facts to help you deal with the situation.
The Insolvency Service, in its recent Stakeholder Newsletter for Autumn 2015 points out that the director disqualification regime has been strengthened as part of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill. We expect to see a resulting increase in director disqualifications.
We specialise in defending directors who are threatened with director disqualification by The Insolvency Service, especially for non-payment of Crown Debt. We have a proven track record of dealing successfully with such cases.
Here we comment, in summary form, on 5 of the key points raised by The Insolvency Service. Our full set of comments can be seen by clicking here.
The Insolvency Service’s view of Crown Debt serves as a warning to company directors who may be incurring increasing, unpaid Crown Debt that they may become exposed to an allegation of trading to the detriment of the Crown or treating the Crown unfairly and face director disqualification.If you or one of your clients is faced with director disqualification, our specialists in director disqualification can help.
Please contact us or call us today for a free no obligation/no pressure initial chat on 0121 200 7040, or why not email a copy of a letter you may have received from the Insolvency Service to email@example.com.