(1) This section defines what is meant by references in this Part to a director “controlling” a body corporate.
(2) A director of a company is taken to control a body corporate if, but only if—
(a) he or any person connected with him—
(i) is interested in any part of the equity share capital of that body, or
(ii) is entitled to exercise or control the exercise of any part of the voting power at any general meeting of that body, and
(b) he, the persons connected with him and the other directors of that
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