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Companies Act 2006

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1081Annotation of the register

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(1)The registrar must place a note in the register recording—

(a)the date on which a document is delivered to the registrar;

(b)if a document is corrected under section 1075, the nature and date of the correction;

(c)if a document is replaced (whether or not material derived from it is removed), the fact that it has been replaced and the date of delivery of the replacement;

(d)if material is removed—

(i)what was removed (giving a general description of its contents),

(ii)under what power, and

(iii)the date on which that was done.

(2)The Secretary of State may make provision by regulations—

(a)authorising or requiring the registrar to annotate the register in such other circumstances as may be specified in the regulations, and

(b)as to the contents of any such annotation.

(3)No annotation is required in the case of a document that by virtue of section 1072(2) (documents not meeting requirements for proper delivery) is treated as not having been delivered.

(4)A note may be removed if it no longer serves any useful purpose.

(5)Any duty or power of the registrar with respect to annotation of the register is subject to the court’s power under section 1097 (powers of court on ordering removal of material from the register) to direct—

(a)that a note be removed from the register, or

(b)that no note shall be made of the removal of material that is the subject of the court’s order.

(6)Notes placed in the register in accordance with subsection (1), or in pursuance of regulations under subsection (2), are part of the register for all purposes of the Companies Acts.

(7)Regulations under this section are subject to negative resolution procedure.

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