Under the Companies Act 2006, Fraudulent trading is illegal under UK law, and directors who engage in this behaviour can face severe penalties, including fines, disqualification from acting as a director, and even imprisonment.

 

it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Our law firm with experience in this area can help you to understand your rights and options, and can provide you with the guidance and support you need to take appropriate action.

 

Here are some ways that our law firm can help in cases of fraudulent trading:

 

Investigating the company’s activities

Alison law solicitors can conduct a thorough investigation into the company’s activities to determine whether fraudulent trading is taking place. This may involve reviewing the company’s financial records, contracts, and other relevant documents.

 

Advising on legal options

Once it has been established that fraudulent trading is occurring, we can advise on the legal options available to you. This may include bringing legal action against the company or its directors, or seeking to recover assets that have been misappropriated.

 

Representing you in court

If legal action is required, we can represent you in court and help you to pursue or defend your case. This may involve filing legal documents, presenting evidence, and making arguments on your behalf.

 

Negotiating settlements

In some cases, it may be possible to negotiate a settlement with the company or its directors or the prosecution. Alison law solicitors can help you to navigate this process and ensure that any settlement agreement is fair and in your best interests.

 

In summary, fraudulent trading is a serious offense that can have significant consequences for both companies and individuals. If you suspect that fraudulent trading is taking place, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Alison law solicitors can help you to understand your rights and options, and can provide you with the guidance and support you need to take appropriate action.

 

Call us on 01616740166 or email us at notguilty@alison-law.co.uk. You can also request a call back via ReviewSolicitors

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