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PART 2Transitional arrangements in relation to Part 3

Extension of the new 14 day deadlines in regulations 31C and 31E of the 2009 LLP Regulations

7.—(1) This paragraph applies where an LLP subject to an obligation to take an action under the old law has not complied with that obligation before the commencement day.

(2) The LLP must comply with the obligation to take the action referred to in paragraph (1) before the end of the period of 14 days beginning with the commencement day.

(3) In this paragraph “the old law” means—

(a)section 790E of the Companies Act without the amendments made to that section by these Regulations (as applied and modified in respect of LLPs by regulation 31C of the 2009 LLP Regulations), and

(b)section 790M of the Companies Act without the amendments made to that section by these Regulations (as applied and modified in respect of LLPs by regulation 31E of the 2009 LLP Regulations without the amendments made by these Regulations).

Application of new regulation 31JA to the 2009 LLP Regulations

8.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), section 790VA of the Companies Act (notification of changes to the registrar) inserted by regulation 9 (and applied and modified in respect of LLPs by regulation 31JA of the 2009 LLP Regulations, inserted by regulation 26 of these Regulations), applies to a change made to an LLP’s PSC register before, on or after the commencement day.

(2) If, before the commencement day, an LLP has delivered to the registrar all the information that was stated in its PSC register in a confirmation period, in accordance with section 853I of the Companies Act (as applied and modified by regulation 31 of the 2009 LLP Regulations), section 790VA of that Act (as applied and modified by regulation 31JA of the 2009 LLP Regulations) does not apply to changes made to the LLP’s PSC register on or before the confirmation date for that confirmation period.

(3) Where—

(a)an LLP has made a change to its PSC register before the commencement day, and

(b)the LLP is required by section 790VA of the Companies Act (as applied and modified by regulation 31JA of the 2009 LLP Regulations) to give notice to the registrar before the end of the period of 14 days beginning with the day after it made the change,

the LLP is treated as having complied with the requirement if it gives notice to the registrar before the end of the period of 14 days beginning with the commencement day.

(4) In this paragraph—

“confirmation period” and “confirmation date” have the meanings given in section 853A(3) of the Companies Act (as applied and modified by regulation 30 of the 2009 LLP Regulations);

“PSC register” has the meaning given in section 790C(10) of the Companies Act (as applied and modified by regulation 31C of the 2009 LLP Regulations).

Application of amendments to Part 8 of the 2009 LLP Regulations

9.—(1) The amendments to Part 24 of the Companies Act (annual confirmation by company of accuracy of information on register) made by regulation 10 of these Regulations (and applied and modified in respect of LLPs by regulations 20 to 22 of these Regulations), apply to an LLP which delivers a confirmation statement to the registrar under section 853A of the Act (as applied and modified by regulation 30 of the 2009 LLP Regulations) on or after the commencement day, whether the confirmation period to which the statement relates ended before, on or after the commencement day.

(2) In this paragraph—

“confirmation statement” has the meaning given in section 853A(1)(b) of the Companies Act (as applied and modified by regulation 30 of the 2009 LLP Regulations);

“confirmation period” has the meaning given in section 853A(3) of the Companies Act (as applied and modified by regulation 30 of the 2009 LLP Regulations).

10.  In this Part of this Schedule, “the registrar” has the same meaning as in section 18 of the Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000(1).

(1)

Section 18 was amended by the Limited Liability Partnerships (Application of Companies Act 2006) Regulations 2009.

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