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The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry v Jonkler and Another: ChD 10 Feb 2006

The applicant had given an undertaking to the court to secure discontinuance of company director disqualification procedings. He now sought a variation of the undertaking. Held: The claimant had given an undertaking, but in the light of new evidence proceedings against her her co-directors had been discontinued. A variation should be allowed only where some … Continue reading The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry v Jonkler and Another: ChD 10 Feb 2006

Secretary of State for Trade and Industry v Rogers: 1996

If fraud is to be alleged against a company director in disqualification proceedings, the allegation must be distinctly alleged and as distinctly proved. Citations: [1996] 1 WLR 1569, [1996] 2 BCLC 513 Statutes: Company Directors Disqualificatin Act 1985 Citing: developed – In Re Carecraft Construction Co Ltd ChD 13-Oct-1993 A court must hear evidence before … Continue reading Secretary of State for Trade and Industry v Rogers: 1996

In Re Carecraft Construction Co Ltd: ChD 13 Oct 1993

A court must hear evidence before disqualifying directors. Though the Director and the Secretary of State might reach an agreement as to what should happen, they could not displace the court in deciding what order should be made, and in making that order. The court approved the submission by the parties to the Court an … Continue reading In Re Carecraft Construction Co Ltd: ChD 13 Oct 1993