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4.—(1) The following provisions of the Companies Act 2006 come into force on 6th April 2007—
(a)section 1063 (fees payable to registrar), so far as not in force by virtue of article 3(3);
(b)section 1176 (power of Secretary of State to bring civil proceedings on company’s behalf);
(c)section 1177 (repeal of certain provisions about company directors);
(d)section 1178 (repeal of requirement that certain companies publish periodical statement);
(e)section 1179 (repeal of requirement that Secretary of State prepare annual report); and
(f)section 1281 (disclosure of information under the Enterprise Act 2002).
(2) Section 1295 of, and Schedule 16 to, the Companies Act 2006 (repeals) come into force on 6th April 2007 so far as relating to the repeal of—
(a)the provisions of the 1986 Order corresponding to the provisions of the 1985 Act repealed by the provisions mentioned in paragraph (1)(b) to (e);
(b)section 41 of the 1985 Act and Article 51 of the 1986 Order (authentication of documents on behalf of company); and
(c)sections 293 and 294 of the 1985 Act and Articles 301 and 302 of the 1986 Order (age limits for directors).
(3) The following provisions of the Companies Act 2006 come into force on 6th April 2007 so far as necessary for the purposes of the provisions mentioned in paragraphs (1) and (2)—
(a)section 1060 (the registrar of companies);
(b)section 1061 (the registrar’s functions); and
(c)section 1284 (extension of Companies Acts to Northern Ireland).
(4) The coming into force of section 1063 by virtue of paragraph (1)(a) does not extend to Northern Ireland.
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