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Can I Be A Director Again If My Company Goes Into Liquidation?

The answer is yes, providing that you have not been disqualified from acting as a director or given an undertaking that you will not act as a director.

You can be the director of as many companies as you wish to be, providing that you act in a proper manner and in accordance with the Company’s Act 2006 and its subsequent amendments.

It is always good practice to take advice from accountants, solicitors and professional business advisors in relation to setting up and operating limited companies.

If you have been disqualified from acting as a director of a limited company, or have given an undertaking that you will not hold the position of director, then you must be very careful that you do not breech these conditions, as doing so, could result in criminal action being taken against you.

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