disqualification of company directors

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A person who has been convicted of an indictable (including either way) offence connected with the formation, management, liquidation, or receivership of a company may be disqualified from being a company director or from being involved in the setting up of a company (ss 1 and 2, Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986). The usual maximum period of disqualification is five years (magistrates' court) and fifteen years (Crown Court).

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