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2.—(1) The following provisions of the Companies Act 2006 come into force on 1st January 2007—
(a)section 1068(5) (registrar’s duty to accept delivery by electronic means of documents subject to Directive disclosure requirements);
(b)section 1077 (public notice of receipt of certain documents);
(c)section 1078 (documents subject to Directive disclosure requirements);
(d)section 1079 (effect of failure to give public notice);
(e)section 1080 (the register);
(f)sections 1085 to 1092 (inspection etc of the register);
(g)sections 1102 to 1107 (language requirements: translation); and
(h)section 1111 (registrar’s requirements as to certification or verification).
(2) The following provisions of the Companies Act 2006 come into force on 1st January 2007 so far as necessary for the purposes of the provisions mentioned in paragraph (1)—
(a)section 2 (the Companies Acts);
(b)section 1068(1) to (4), (6) and (7) (registrar’s requirements as to form, authentication and manner of delivery);
(c)section 1114 (application of provisions about documents and delivery);
(d)section 1117 (registrar’s rules);
(e)section 1120 (application of provisions to overseas companies);
(f)section 1168 (hard copy and electronic form and related expressions);
(g)in section 1173 (minor definitions: general), the definitions of “Gazette” and “working day”; and
(h)section 1284 (extension of Companies Acts to Northern Ireland).
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