Directors Disqualification

Why choose us?

At Yates Ardern our business team have built an enviable reputation in advising and assisting directors and professionals who are the subject of investigations or prosecutions.
There are many reasons why a director can be disqualified and can include

• Allowing a company to trade when it was incapable of paying its debts
• Not keeping proper company accounts records
• Not sending company accounts to Companies House
• Not paying tax owed by the company
• Using company assets or money for personal benefit

A director can be disqualified for up to 15 years. The Companies Act can appoint a special investigator who has the authority to compel directors to produce documents or other information relating to the company. If you do not comply the consequences can be serious.
Our business team have considerable experience in advising professionals in regulatory matters.


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0161 330 3332

We have experience in representing in all types of regulatory matters

The General Medical Council
The General Dental Council
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
The National College for Teaching and Leadership
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons

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