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Eu Consumer Law And Policy (Elgar European Law) by Stephen

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Corporate Governance requires that directors comply with the concept of “comply or explain” (i.e. companies should either comply with best practice or explain why they are not doing so). Fraudulent trading is also an entirely separate criminal offence - CA85 s 458 IA 1986 s 214 - wrongful trading This arises on winding up and following a petition to the court by liquidator or administrator. Just as you wouldn't ask a divorce lawyer to handle your credit case, you wouldn't ask a heart specialist to do brain surgery, at least we hope you wouldn't.

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