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2.—(1) Article 359(1) of the 1986 Order (particulars in correspondence etc) is amended as follows.
(2) In paragraph (1), after “order forms of the company” insert “, and on all the company’s websites,”.
(3) For paragraph (2) substitute—
“(2) If in the case of a company having a share capital there is a reference to the amount of share capital—
(a)on the stationery used for any such letters,
(b)on the company’s order forms, or
(c)on any of the company’s websites,
the reference must be to paid-up share capital.”.
(4) In paragraph (5), after sub-paragraph (b) insert—
“(ba)if an officer of a company or a person on its behalf causes or authorises the appearance of a website not complying with those paragraphs, he is liable to a fine.”.
(5) After that paragraph insert—
“(6) References in this Article to a document of any type are to a document of that type in hard copy, electronic or any other form.”.
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