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Company Directors Behaving Badly – Part 2

In last week’s blog I talked about the actions Creditors could take in relation to the Companies Act 2006. This week, I’ll be covering why the CDDA (Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986) was brought into contention, and the restrictions that can be imposed on fraudulent directors. This 2014 article from the Financial Times shows the type of nonfeasance is unlikely to be tolerated. Why the CDDA Thankfully, the vast majority of Directors have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of the company that they are representing. The good value that the Shareholders, it’s Staff and the overall
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Through The Looking Glass: When Debt Breeds Fear

Sitting in between my Clients; ‘Mrs’ on the left and ‘Mr’ on the right. Whilst talking, every so often ‘Mr’ would look over his shoulder, past the Mercedes on his driveway and out into the street. The same pattern would continue throughout through the meeting. Eventually I couldn’t help but agitatedly ask – “Why do you keep on doing that?” It turns out, it was all off the back of the advice I had given him days earlier. Here was a husband and wife team, with a substantive amount of business debts that had built up. If they were a
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3 Steps To Avoid Your Creditors Taking Legal Action

What is a HCEO (High Court Enforcement Officer) and what do they do? Britain’s civil police force will, by any legal means necessary, enforce you to give up assets to pay for a CCJ, or a Judgment Debt. Often, this could have been avoided many days/months/weeks before. A few years back, I about the epidemic that was striking Britain, where Court Orders granted were unpaid. What some people forget is that many creditors will give the debtor (those at default on their Account with their Creditor) a chance to remedy their wrongs. They might do this through an abundance of
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