De jure director

De jure director,

Definition of De jure director:

  1. Person who is formally and legally appointed or elected as a director in accordance with the articles of association of the firm, and gives written consent to hold the office of a director. He or she enjoys full rights and privileges of a director, and is held individually and collectively (with other directors) liable for the acts and/or negligence of the firm.

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