This is the next in the series of blogs for the Directors Friend blog. The case In the recent case of Mullaley and Company Limited and (1) Regent Building Services Limited (2) Christopher White  EWHC 2962 (Ch) heard by David Stone sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge considered (amongst other issues) an application … Continue reading THE DIRECTORS FRIEND BLOG ‘Directors personal liability for costs’
This is the next in the series of blogs for the Directors Friend blog. The case: This is a discussion about a recent case decided in the Chancery Division of the High Court – Situl Devji Raithatha (as Liquidator of Halal Monitoring Committee Limited and Mir Nazeer Ahmed Baig and others a judgment by Chief … Continue reading THE DIRECTORS FRIEND BLOG ‘Directors assumption of personal liability’
This blog post features a testimonial from a director client who was served with a Statutory Demand by two purported creditors. The client was recommended to the Director’s Friend by their business adviser. A Statutory Demand: A Statutory Demand is served by a creditor. It demands that the person pay a sum of money within … Continue reading The Director’s Friend and a Statutory Demand – a testimonial received
This is the next in the series of blogs for the Directors Friend Blog. Introduction: One area of law that impacts upon the duties of directors that appears overlooked is that of the personal liability and potential loss of liberty suffered by directors of companies in breach of The Health and Safety at Work Act … Continue reading Breaches of Directors’ duties for health and safety offences can be costly!