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COMPANY LAW

PSC registers: here’s the official guidance

On 6 April 2016 it became mandatory for all companies to maintain a register of people with significant control, more commonly known as a PSC register. According to the official guidance, who is such a person? More...

COMPANY LAW

Deadline nears for Form 42

DIRECTORS’ DUTIES

Shadow directors: their duties and obligations

If an individual, such as your spouse or a consultant, regularly helps out with the running of the company, they may be held to be a shadow director. If this happens, just how far do their legal duties and obligations extend? More...

SHADOW DIRECTORS

Are there any directors hiding in the shadows?

The Companies Act 2006 says an individual may be a “shadow director” if they regularly help out with the running of a company. This is potentially problematic for both parties, so what should they each do? More...

COMPANY LAW

Out of the shadows…

You’ve been helping out a company on a consultancy basis. You’ve not been appointed to the board of directors so you can’t be classed as one - or can you? If so, what can you do to limit any personal liability? More...
Last updated: 17.05.2019

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