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Personal liability of promoter definition

What does Personal liability of promoter mean?

A promoter is personally liable for a contract made by or on behalf of a company when the company has not been formed where the promoter purports to act for the company.


Personal liability of promoter is referenced 1 in UK Parliament Acts

Personal liability of promoter is referenced 1 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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