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6The extent of the director’s responsibility for the causes of the company becoming insolvent.E+W+S
7The extent of the director’s responsibility for any failure by the company to supply any goods or services which have been paid for (in whole or in part).E+W+S
8The extent of the director’s responsibility for the company entering into any transaction or giving any preference, being a transaction or preference—E+W+S
(a)liable to be set aside under section 127 or sections 238 to 240 of the Insolvency Act, or
(b)challengeable under section 242 or 243 of that Act or under any rule of law in Scotland.
9The extent of the director’s responsibility for any failure by the directors of the company to comply with section 98 of the Insolvency Act (duty to call creditors’ meeting in creditors’ voluntary winding up).E+W+S
10Any failure by the director to comply with any obligation imposed on him by or under any of the following provisions of the Insolvency Act—E+W+S
(a)section 22 (company’s statement of affairs in administration);
(b)section 47 (statement of affairs to administrative receiver);
(c)section 66 (statement of affairs in Scottish receivership);
(d)section 99 (directors’ duty to attend meeting; statement of affairs in creditors’ voluntary winding up);
(e)section 131 (statement of affairs in winding up by the court);
(f)section 234 (duty of any one with company property to deliver it up);
(g)section 235 (duty to co-operate with liquidator, etc.).
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