Director’s Duties – A Refresher

by Andrew Lind on 29 October, 14

Director’s duties arise through the Corporations Act and the general law, and apply because of the fiduciary relationship between the Director and the Company (which demands a high standard of loyalty from the Director to the Company). For a refresher on your duties as a director or remedies that might be available to you as a member click here for a brief summary from Brisbane based lawyer Alistair Macpherson at Corney & Lind Lawyers.

If you are thinking of setting up a company, need advice on your role as a director or would like advice on any area of commercial and corporate law please contact the office on 07 3252 001. Alternatively you can visit our website for more insightful resources at www.corneyandlind.com.au.

 

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