Disqualification

Disqualification may refer to:

  • Judicial disqualification
  • Disqualification as a company director in the UK, under the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986
  • Disqualification in professional wrestling
  • Disqualification in boxing
  • Disqualification in basketball, when a player has picked up too many personal fouls
  • Disqualifications in tennis
  • Ejection (sports), when a player is ejected (disqualified); for example, in basketball, if he is assessed two technical fouls, one type-2 flagrant foul, or two type-1 flagrant fouls.

Other articles related to "disqualification":

Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 - Disqualification Orders and Undertakings
... section 6 shall, make against a person a disqualification order, for a period specified in the order, providing that he shall not be a director of a company, act as receiver of a company’s property or ...
Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 - Consequences - Under The Act
... where a person acts contrary to a disqualification order, undertaking or automatic disqualification without the leave of the court, he is guilty of an offence, and is ... a body corporate is convicted of acting contrary to a disqualification order, and it is shown that a person has contributed to the offence through consent, connivance ... the debts of a company where he acts contrary to a disqualification order or undertaking, or where he acts or is willing to act on the instructions of another person who ...
Charles Beattie - Disqualification - Committee Hearing
... The Select Committee noted that the issue of disqualification was a very prominent issue in the by-election as it was prompted by the ... The Select Committee report was published on Monday 19 December 1955, although the disqualification did not formally come into effect until the House of Commons accepted the Select Committee report, on 7 ...