Law. Australia. Corporate Law assignment 2010

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I INTRODUCTION

The factual background of the case suggests that Darel, as a former director at RC, may have breached his duties under the general law and the s.183 of Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)[1]. It also can be argued that Darel breached the terms of his employment contract.

OT as new Darel’s employer is potentially liable for any loss suffered by RC as a result of alleged breach of fiduciary duty by Darel.

[1] Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s. 183.

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I INTRODUCTION

The factual background of the case suggests that Darel, as a former director at RC, may have breached his duties under the general law and the s.183 of Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)[1]. It also can be argued that Darel breached the terms of his employment contract.

OT as new Darel’s employer is potentially liable for any loss suffered by RC as a result of alleged breach of fiduciary duty by Darel.

[1] Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s. 183.

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