Ionchúiseamh 2002

The Director of Corporate Enforcement v. Patrick McCormack. The Director of Corporate Enforcement v. Josephine McCormack.

01 November 2002

Details of Defendants:
Patrick McCormack and Josephine McCormack, Directors of Cameo Company Limited,

Company No: 161524.

Address: 58 Blundel Wood, Edenderry, County Offaly.

Edenderry District Court

District Judge John Neilan 

Alleged Offences:
Alleged contravention of Section 202 of the Companies Act 1990, which provides for the keeping of books of account; Section 119 of the Companies Act 1963 relating to Register of Members; Section 60 of the Companies Act 1990 relating to Register of Directors/Secretary's Interests in Shares or Debentures of the company. 

On a plea of guilty the Defendants were convicted on each count. A fine of €800 was imposed on Patrick McCormack in relation to the S202 offence and €100 in relation to each of the S119 and S60 offences. No fines were imposed on Josephine McCormack. 

Costs of €208 were awarded to the prosecution.

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