119 Liability of officers of body corporate

If a body corporate is convicted of an offence against any of sections 120 to 124, every director and every person concerned in the management of the body corporate is guilty of the offence if it is proved—

(a)

that the act that constituted the offence took place with his or her authority, permission, or consent; and

(b)

that he or she—

(i)

knew, or could reasonably be expected to have known, that the offence was to be or was being committed; and

(ii)

failed to take all reasonable steps to prevent or stop it.

Compare: 1994 No 143 s 133