Liquidated company still trading

Can the director of a liquidated company that is still trading be sued?

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Alasdair Taylor's Answer

If the company has ceased to exist (ie been dissolved) then there is no company and no directors. An individual who was a director might however be sue-able in a personal or other capacity, depending upon all the circumstances,

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