Company Director.....or not

I have come accross a company that wish to purchase from a client. Everything is in order in terms of credit checking but I note our client has received correspondance from a "director" dating back two three months.

The person is definately in the employ of the company however he is not appointed as a director with Companies House, the only other director is a non UK resident (out client has spoken to the appointed director too).

I can't seem to find a definative answer, but it is wrong to call someone a "director" when they have not been appointed with Companies House for some months? Is there a time limit on this and are there any penalties? The form does say "date of appointment" so in theory it could be backdated to reflect the relevant board meeting.

All answers appreciated!!

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It is quite common in

bernard michael |

it is possible

twj4789 |

Before I lie down and recover from my other battle in this forum

Steve McQueen |
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thanks

twj4789 |

s.167 CA 2006: Within the

taxguru |

i used to work for a high

k3accounting |

Grammar and spelling is

Fred Smith |

Not sure if that comment was

k3accounting |

No, not at you and I hope

Fred Smith |

I worked for a bank too..

memyself-eye |
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Answer as per article

JAADAMS |
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