Karl Williams, born on 20/06/1950, of
52 BRIDGE AVENUE
was disqualified as a company director on the 04/01/2007 for 11 years (out of a statutory maximum of 15 years).
His reasons of disqualification :
for unfitness to act as company director (CDDA 1986 S7).
Source : Companies House
Disqualification proceedings are handled by the courts or the Insolvency Service. If they find against you, you'll be disqualified for between two and 15 years.
While disqualified, you must not:
- be a director of any company
- act like a director - even without being formally appointed
- influence the running of a company through the directors
- be involved in the formation of a new company
- promotion of a company
Ignoring a disqualification order is a criminal offence. You could be fined and sent to prison for up to two years.
Even if you have not been disqualified, rules introduced on 6 August 2007 may prevent you from becoming a director of another company. The rules prohibit directors of insolvent companies from becoming the director of another company with the same or a similar name (known as a "prohibited name") for 12 months. The rules also prohibit directors of insolvent companies from acting in a way to promote, form or manage a company with a prohibited name.
If Karl Williams approaches you under the guise of another organisation he is breaking the law. If you know of Karl Williams is influencing the running of any company, acting like a director of a company, looking to form a company with the aid or association of others, or is promoting any company - please report him!
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