[(1) If an election is in force under section 167A with respect to a company, the company's obligations under sections 162 to 167—
(a) to keep and maintain a register of the relevant kind, and
(b) to notify the registrar of changes to it,
do not apply with respect to the period when the election is in force.
(2) The reference in subsection (1) to a register “of the relevant kind” is to a register (whether a register of directors or a register of directors' residential addresses) of the kind in respect of which the election is made.]
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