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Antecedent Transactions such as Transactions at an Undervalue, Preferences and Transactions Defrauding Creditors can all be mobilised to help you as a creditor get better recoveries in an insolvency.
Wrongful Trading is trading whilst insolvent without having reasonable prospect of avoiding insolvent liquidation.
Fraudulent Trading is the intention of defrauding creditors. It is the action by a director of a company of carrying out its business with the discrete intention of defrauding its creditors.
Misfeasance or Breach of Duty
Misfeasance and Breach of Duty or breach of trust can arise because Directors owe fiduciary duties to their companies. The duty is that amongst other things of loyalty, not to secretly profit and to act in good faith in the best interests of the company.
Unlawful and illegal dividends by Directors are dividends that are declared at a point when the company does not have sufficient distributable reserves.
Overdrawn Director’s Loan Account
An overdrawn Director’s Loan Account is in effect an asset of the company and will need to be resolved upon a company entering liquidation or going into administration.