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Companies Act 2006

Section 1109: Transliteration of names and addresses: voluntary transliteration into Roman characters

1420.This section is a new provision. It provides for the possibility that the Regulations made under section 1108 may permit letters and characters that are not drawn from the Roman alphabet, for example Greek letters. This section permits these names to be transliterated provided that certain requirements are met.

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