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2. The following provisions of the Companies Act 2006 F1—
(a)section 84 (criminal consequences of failure to make required disclosure);
(b)section 162 (register of directors);
(c)section 165 (register of directors' residential addresses);
(d)section 167 (duty to notify registrar of changes);
(e)sections 170 to 177 (general duties of directors);
(f)sections 182 to 186 (declaration of interest in existing transaction) as applied to shadow directors by section 187;
(g)sections 188 and 189 (directors' service contracts);
(h)sections 190 to 196 (substantial property transactions);
(i)sections 197 to 214 (loans etc to directors);
(j)sections 215 to 222 (payments for loss of office) as applied to shadow directors by section 223(2);
(k)sections 227 to 230 (directors' service contracts);
(l)section 231 (contracts with sole members who are directors);
(m)sections 260 to 269 (derivative claims in England and Wales and Northern Ireland);
(n)sections 854 to 859 (annual return).
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