(1) The registrar must omit protected information from the material on the register that is available for inspection where—
(a) it is contained in a document delivered to him in which such information is required to be stated, and
(b) in the case of a document having more than one part, it is contained in a part of the document in which such information is required to be stated.
(2) The registrar is not obliged—
(a) to check other documents or (as the case may be) other parts of the document
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