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Company directors have responsibilities to represent and promote the interests of the company. In pursuit of this, they have a range of duties that must be fulfilled, such as complying with the company’s constitutional documents.
At Morgan Legal, we have extensive experience acting on behalf of business clients when there are allegations of breaches of directors’ duties. To discuss your circumstances and receive practical, strategic advice, get in touch with us by calling 0141 258 4117 or fill out our online contact form and we will get back to you without delay.
Directors’ Statutory Duties in the UK
If a company director breaches his or her legal duties, a company can take legal action against the director if the breach causes loss or damage. In these cases, the director is normally suspended or permanently removed from their position, and the company initiates proceedings. The director could incur personal liability and, in serious cases, a criminal penalty. Possible remedies include injunction, restoration of property and damages.
Whatever your requirements, call Morgan Legal today 0141 258 4117 or fill out our online contact form.