RTM Co Director Accused of Self Dealing

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    #16
    Directors are not responsible for illegal decisions if they can prove they opposed them, but that generally requires good minute taking, which in this sort of situation is probably not happening.

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      #17
      Hello again, thanks for your replies.
      Hoping to put this to bed, but am inquisitive over one thing: if a meeting of members was called, could the late payment of service charges be used by the other directors, or is it confidential under GDPR?
      tks

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        #18
        If the late payment had any impact at all on other lessees (loss of a few pence of interest in the service charge account for example, and certainly any element of cross subsidisation) it is certainly not confidential.

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          #19
          Originally posted by AndrewDod View Post
          If the late payment had any impact at all on other lessees (loss of a few pence of interest in the service charge account for example, and certainly any element of cross subsidisation) it is certainly not confidential.
          Is that statement as a current director? I would certainly as a director not be disseminating any information of late payers or those in arrears to other members.

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            #20
            I think that arrears owing by directors are relevant and should be disclosed to the members. If the individual directors are unwilling to allow their personal details to be disclosed, the total amount could be given to the meeting and then individual directors would be able to announce that they have no arrears which would narrow down or identify those directors with arrears,

            It is probably better for a director to grant permission for the arrears to be disclosed and explain how the arrears arose, the steps taken to repay them and whether or not the agent and other directors were aware of and consented to the repayment proposals.

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