Please note this content was originally published in Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal, March 2022 edition.
In an article published in Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal, Joseph de Lacey and Natasha Molson examine the Supreme Court’s decision in Crown Prosecution Service v Aquila Advisory Ltd  UKSC 49.
The judgment provides a welcome summary of the consequences of a fiduciary’s breach of duty, and confirmation that in civil proceedings by a company against its directors for breach of duty, the fraud of those directors cannot be attributed to the company.
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