| Commentary

33 Private companies not obliged to lay accounts

| Commentary

33 Private companies not obliged to lay accounts

A private company must send a copy of its annual accounts and reports to every member and debenture-holder and to every person who is entitled to receive notice of general meetings1. The company must send out the necessary documents no later than the end of the period for filing accounts and reports, or on the date on which it actually delivers its accounts and reports to the registrar if this is earlier2. In certain circumstances, the company may provide a copy of its strategic report with supplementary material

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