Ross Maitland Love has been fined $3,500 in the Perth Court of Petty Sessions after pleading guilty and being convicted on two charges of acting as a company director while he was disqualified from doing so.
Mr Love’s disqualification followed his conviction and sentencing in the Fremantle Court of Petty Sessions in September 1998 for failing to keep proper records in relation to Kazhak Pty Ltd, a company of which he was formerly a director.
On that occasion he was fined $1,500 and had costs of $7,000 awarded against him.
The conviction disqualified him from managing a corporation for five years.
The recent charges followed an ASIC investigation and the appointment of an administrator to Osborne Cold Stores (WA) Pty Ltd in June 2001.
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