Re Jaymar Management Ltd: ChD 1990

The 10 day notice period before commencing proceedings had to be calculated exclusive of the day on which the notice was given and the day on which the proceedings were issued.


Harman J


[1990] BCC 303


Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 16(1)


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedThe Secretary of State for Trade and Industry v Swan and Othes ChD 22-Jul-2003
When commencing proceedings under the Act, the papers were defective. The secretary of state had failed to give appropriate notice, and thus prevented him from making representations as to the allegations. The allegations involved the manipulation . .
CitedRe Cedac Ltd CA 1991
The Secretary of State’s notice of intention to bring disqualification proceedings was served and the proceedings begun 10 days later just inside the 2 year limitation period specified by s 7(2) of the Act. Both parties believed the 10 day notice . .
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Updated: 06 May 2022; Ref: scu.185780