Directors act as directors whilst disqualified and then obtain annulment

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Dear Insolvency Service,

Please provide me with the policy regarding the pursuit of directors who breach a bankruptcy by acting as a director without permission to remain, but subsequently obtain an annulment.

An annulment would put the director in a position as if he had never been made bankrupt, so should the director still be pursued for the breach?

What is the Insolvency Services policy on the above?

Please provide me with any internal documents, counsel/solicitor opinions or emails which would advise or discuss the above scenario.

Yours faithfully,

Thomas Martin

FOI, Insolvency Service

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