A failure to prove de facto directorship

A de facto director is someone who acts as a director but is not formally appointed as such and is not registered as a director at Companies House. A shadow director is also not formally appointed or registered, but is someone in accordance with whose directions the directors of a company are accustomed to act. A de jure director is formally appointed and registered.

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Insolvency Bulletin – Volume 1 Issue 10 August 2020