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Companies Act 2006

Section 147: Information rights: form in which copies to be provided

268.This section deals with the way in which information is to be provided to a nominated person. Subsection (2) explains that if a nominated person wants communications to be in hard copy, they must ask the member, providing a postal address, before the nomination is made. If the member then passes this on to the company, under subsection (3) the nominated person will have the right to receive hard copy communications.

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