437Public companies: laying of accounts and reports before general meetingE+W+S+N.I.
(1)The directors of a public company must lay before the company in general meeting copies of its annual accounts and reports.
(2)This section must be complied with not later than the end of the period for filing the accounts and reports in question.
(3)In the Companies Acts“accounts meeting”, in relation to a public company, means a general meeting of the company at which the company's annual accounts and reports are (or are to be) laid in accordance with this section.
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