Director’s inaction is a breach of duty, Privy Council rules
In a “rare” case that warranted interference with the factual findings of lower courts, the UK Privy Council has ruled that a China-based director breached her fiduciary duties to a British Virgin Islands company when she failed to prevent the full repayment of a loan before it fell into liquidation.
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