Your husband would remain liable to the company for acts which he carried out which were not authorised under the company's objects clause in the company's memorandom (ie. the purpose of the company) and if he carried out acts which were beyond the scope of the authority granted to him by the company.
If he comitted any torts (ie. deceit) then he would remain liable to the company for the loss suffered as a result. If he caried on business in such a way to defraud the creditors of the business then he may incur personal liability
If he personally signed any guarantees (eg. loans to comany or company overdrafts) then he would also be liable for these.
If the above do not apply to your husband then he will not continue to be liable to the Company for being a director.
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