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A debenture is a written agreement between a lender and a borrower giving security (whether by fixed or floating charge) over the assets of a company, and is registered at Companies House. Section 859A of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) provides that a charge created by a company must be registered by the registrar provided that a CA 2006, s 859D statement of particulars is delivered to the registrar within a period of 21 days after the creation of the charge unless an order extending time has been made. The particulars required do not include the registered address of the company and therefore an error in a debenture referring to the old registered office would not have pr
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