Director and Shareholders
Directors and shareholders can have different roles within a limited company. Shareholders own the business and directors run it. However, the same person can be both a shareholder and director, meaning that you can form and manage a limited company alone because in the UK you only need one shareholder and one director to form a limited company.
Our articles aim to give you further insight into several specific areas for directors and shareholders.
- Disputes between Shareholders and Directors
- Directors and Shareholders – Fiduciary Relationship
- What are my rights in a dispute with another Director or Shareholder?
- Death of a sole Director and Shareholder
If you need to speak a specialist solicitor who deals with director/shareholder matters, please contact Aaron Marshall on 01204 377600. Alternatively, you can send an email with your name, contact information and brief details as to the nature of your issue to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will be able to help you.