A disqualified director applied for consent to act in the management of a company before his disqualification had expired. He succeeded, and the judge made no award for costs. On appeal by the Secretary of State it was held that the lifting of the disqualification was a matter purely for the discretion of the judge. Guidance was given as to the form of such applications. However given the Secretary of State’s special position, his costs should normally be paid by the applicant.
Times 25-Jan-2000, Gazette 13-Jan-2000,  2 BCLC 223
England and Wales
Cited – 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 . .
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Updated: 11 May 2022; Ref: scu.89128