(1) This section requires disclosure in the directors' report of—
(a) qualifying third party indemnity provision, and
(b) qualifying pension scheme indemnity provision.
Such provision is referred to in this section as “qualifying indemnity provision”.
(2) If when a directors' report is approved any qualifying indemnity provision (whether made by the company or otherwise) is in force for the benefit of one or more directors of the company, the report must state that such provision is in force.
(3) If at any time during the financial year to which a directors' report relates any such provision was in force for the benefit
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