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Company's director is not personally liable for company's debt. A limited company is classed as a separate entity to the directors and shareholders who are associated with it.
Directors cannot be held personally liable or responsible for the debts of a limited company unless they have signed personal guarantees.
A Director would be only personally responsible for the company's debt only if-
& If, as a director, you are found to be personally liable for company debts, then just like any personal debts, you will be responsible for their repayment.
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