664Re-registration as private company in consequence of cancellationE+W+S+N.I.
(1)Where a company is obliged to re-register as a private company to comply with section 662, the directors may resolve that the company should be so re-registered.
Chapter 3 of Part 3 (resolutions affecting a company's constitution) applies to any such resolution.
(2)The resolution may make such changes—
(a)in the company's name, and
(b)in the company's articles,
as are necessary in connection with its becoming a private company.
(3)The application for re-registration must contain a statement of the company's proposed name on re-registration.
(4)The application must be accompanied by—
(a)a copy of the resolution (unless a copy has already been forwarded under Chapter 3 of Part 3),
(b)a copy of the company's articles as amended by the resolution, and
(c)a statement of compliance.
(5)The statement of compliance required is a statement that the requirements of this section as to re-registration as a private company have been complied with.
(6)The registrar may accept the statement of compliance as sufficient evidence that the company is entitled to be re-registered as a private company.
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