Companies Act 2014
F446[Appeals to and orders of court, including orders confirming decisions of Director
957I. (1) In an appeal under section 957B(3), the court may consider any evidence adduced or argument made, whether or not adduced or made to the Director.
(2) On the hearing of such an appeal, the court may make any order or give any direction it thinks fit, including an order—
(a) confirming the decision under appeal, or
(b) modifying or annulling that decision.
(3) A relevant decision, in so far as it relates to the imposition of a relevant sanction on a relevant director, does not take effect until that decision is confirmed by the court either—
(a) on appeal under section 957B(3), or
(b) on application by the Director under subsection (4).
(4) On application by motion on notice by the Director for an order confirming a decision referred to in subsection (3), the court may make an order confirming the decision or may refuse to make such an order.
(5) On an application under section 957E(4) for an order compelling compliance with a section 957E agreement, the court may make any order or give any direction as it thinks fit.]
Inserted (21.09.2018) by Companies (Statutory Audits) Act 2018 (22/2018), s. 45, S.I. No. 366 of 2018.