There are 2 main conditions that need to be satisfied:

  • The Secretary of State must be satisfied that the person offering the undertaking is or has been a director of a company which has at any time become insolvent and that the conduct of that person as director of that company makes him unfit to be concerned in the management of a company.
  • Secondly the Secretary of State must believe that it is in the “public interest” that he should accept a Disqualification Undertaking instead of applying or proceeding with an application for a formal Disqualification Order.

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