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32.—(1) The registrar may make such entries in the register as appear to be appropriate having regard to paragraphs 26 to 30 and the information appearing on the register immediately before 1st October 2009 or notified to the registrar in accordance with paragraph 31(2).
(2) In particular, the registrar may record as a service address—
(a)a relevant existing address (within the meaning of paragraph 27), or
(b)in the case of a company formed and registered on an application to which paragraph 2(3) applies, an address notified to the registrar in connection with that application as a director’s or secretary’s usual residential address.
(3) Any notification of a change of a relevant existing address occurring before 1st October 2009 that is received by the registrar on or after that date is treated as being or, as the case may be, including notification of a change of service address.
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