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Company Directors: Duties, Liabilities, and Remedies

by Simon Mortimore QC

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This is a new edition of the established authority on the law relating to directors of companies incorporated under the UK Companies Acts.

The new edition features all important developments in the law including the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 which improves transparency (including requiring directors to be natural persons unless exceptions apply), simplifies company filing requirements, clarifies the application of general duties to shadow directors, modernises directors' disqualification and reforms insolvency law to facilitate proceedings where there has been wrongdoing. There has been a wealth of new
case law relevant to directors' duties before the English courts, all of which are analysed and explained, including the Supreme Court decisions in Prest v Petrodel Resources, Jetivia v Bilta (UK), FHR European Ventures v Cedar Capital Partners and Eclairs Group v JKX Oil & Gas, the Court of Appeal
decisions in Smithton Ltd v Naggar and Newcastle International Airport v Eversheds as well as the important High Court decisions in Universal Project Management Services v Fort Gilkicker, Madoff Securities International v Raven and the wrongful trading case, Re Ralls Builders. Non-UK cases are also analysed including Weavering Macro Fixed Income Fund Ltd v Peterson in the Cayman Islands' Court of Appeal and the 2016 decision of the Hong Kong
Court of Final Appeal Chen v Jason.

In keeping with developments in case law and legislation the book now includes expanded coverage of multiple derivatives claims, directors' exposure to third party claims and a new chapter on civil remedies for market abuse.

The third edition is a complete reference work on the law relating to company directors and is the first port of call for all serious corporate lawyers and scholars on this subject.



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bound: 2668 pages
publisher: OUP Oxford; 3 edition (March 9, 2017)
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Company Directors: Duties, Liabilities, and Remedies

A nominee director owes the same duties towards company like a holding company directorSection 239 is a new provision which applies to ratification of a directors conduct amounting to negligence, default, breach of duty or breach of trust in relation to the companyIn Re City Equitable fire Insurance it was stated that for a director it is not required to possess the higher level of skill and performance as comparison with an ordinary person having same knowledge and experienceThis fraudulent trading section is not only for defraud to creditors, in fact its covers all fraudulent purpose committed to creditor, customer or company alsoThe Company's Remedies for Breach of Directors' General Duties20Duty to Promote the Success of the Company:


What are your general duties as a director? The Companies Act 2006 sets out the seven general statutory duties of a directorThe DTI (Department of trade and industry) is one of the states Department which was replaced by the Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform, (‘BERR') in 2007; this department is responsible to regulating and interference in the company's matters, where public interest is involvedFurthermore, the Cork Committee recommended that a director of the company can be declare personally accountable for the company's debts if he allowed such debts to be incurred, there being no reasonable prospect of repaying them, and therefore a company director liable for wrongful tradingContributors: Adam Al-Attar, South Square Chambers Robert Amey, South Square Chambers Mark Arnold QC, South Square Chambers Edward Brown, Essex Court Chambers Thomas Chacko, Pump Court Tax Chambers Charlotte Cooke, South Square Chambers Glen Davis QC, South Square Chambers Andrew Feld, 20 Essex Street Adam Goodison, South Square Chambers Martin Griffiths QC, Essex Court Chambers Marcus Haywood, South Square Chambers Stuart Hill, Wynterhill LLP Lexa Hilliard QC, Wilberforce Chambers Blair Leahy, 20 Essex Street Henry Legge QC, 5 Stone Buildings Simon Mortimore QC, South Square Chambers Georgina Peters, South Square Chambers Stephen Robins, South Square Chambers Clare Sibson QC, Cloth Fair Chambers Tom Smith QC, South Square Chambers Lloyd Tamlyn, South Square Chambers Hannah Thornley, South Square Chambers William Willson, South Square Chambers Antony Zacaroli QC, South Square Chambers Company Directors Duties, Liabilities, and Remedies Third Edition Edited by Simon Mortimore QC Reviews and Awards "This third edition has been properly described as 'a complete reference work on the law relating to company directors' and it remains the first port of call for all serious corporate lawyers and academics covering this subject." - Phillip Taylor MBE, The Barrister Share: Also of Interest Betting the Company Andrew Trask and Andrew DeGuire Firm Commitment Colin Mayer European Cross-Border Reorganisations Jerome Vermeylen and Ivo Vande Velde Public Benefit in Charity Law Jonathan Garton Third Party Litigation Funding Nicholas Rowles-Davies Transnational Commercial Law Second Edition Roy Goode, Herbert Kronke, Ewan McKendrickThe only reason behind this allotment was that they want to save their jobs in the boardRichard Schulte, ‘Enforcing wrongful trading as a standard of conduct for directors and a remedy for creditors: the special case of corporate insolvency' (1999) 20 Company Lawyer 80-88Conclusion:-


The fraudulent trading deals under two different offence, under as a criminal aspect which apply regardless whether the company is in winding up course or not, and second is comes under section 213 of insolvency act 1986 which is treated as a civil liability and only applies when the company is in the winding up process and then liquidator only can apply for a declaration that any person to the carrying on of the business in the manner stated to be liable to make such contribution to the company's assets as the court thinks properHome Login Home Learning and development ACA About the ACA Routes to the ACA Register as a student Train as a member of another body ACA for employers ICAEW CFAB About ICAEW CFAB How ICAEW CFAB can help Routes to ICAEW CFAB Register for ICAEW CFAB ICAEW CFAB students FAQs Testimonials Specialist qualifications Corporate Finance Qualification ICAEW ISAs programmes Diploma in Charity Accounting The ICAEW Certificate in Insolvency IFRSs and Financial Reporting Forensic Accountant Accreditation IPSAS Certificate Certificate in Treasury Accounting Skills Certificate Continuing professional development (CPD) courses Leadership and management Business performance Technical and financial reporting Finance for non-finance managers Financial services Professional services About the Academy Talent development programmes Managing Partners Programme Developing Leadership in Practice (DLiP) Women in Leadership (WIL) Women in Leadership Malaysia Financial Talent Executive Network (F-TEN) Network of Finance Leaders (NFL) Mentoring and Executive Coaching Tailored training Accountancy Trailblazer About trailblazers ICAEW Level 4 trailblazer in accountancy Apprenticeship levy Employers Tuition providers Trailblazer FAQs Partners in Learning Becoming an ICAEW Partner in Learning Existing ICAEW Partners in Learning Resources for the ACA, ICAEW CFAB and Higher Apprenticeship Resources for IFRS, ISAs, Certificate in Insolvency and the Diploma in Corporate Finance Key Partners in Learning contacts Membership Benefits of membership Becoming a member Routes to the ACA Join as a member of another body ACA students membership application Pay fees and subscriptions Fees and subscriptions FAQs Invoices and receipts Membership administration Update my details Update my communication preferences Pay fees and subscriptions Declare CPD Promoting myself as an ICAEW member Become a fellow Become a life member Resign from membership Complete annual return Regulations Accountancy services Audit Bye-laws Regulations and complaints DPB (Investment Business) regulations Code of Ethics Insolvency Membership Members in business Practice management Probate and Alternative Business Structures Qualifications Statement of professional standing Tax Training and education A - Z Member rewards Offers for your business Offers for you Support throughout your career Just qualified Find a job Career progression Working internationally Career break and getting back to work Self employment Volunteering Become a fellow Retirement planning Become a life member Technical and ethics support Support Members Scheme ICAEW Member App Continuing Professional Development (CPD) What is CPD? 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