(1) This section applies for the purposes of the following provisions of this Part—
section 307(1) and (2) (notice required of general meeting),
[section 307A(1), (4), (5) and (7)(b) (notice required of general meeting of traded company),]
section 312(1) and (3) (resolution requiring special notice),
section 314(4)(d) (request to circulate members' statement),
section 316(2)(b) (expenses of circulating statement to be deposited or tendered before meeting),
[section 337(3) (contents of notice of AGM of traded company),]
section 338(4)(d)(i) (request to circulate member's resolution at AGM of public company), . . .
[section 338A(5) (request to include matter
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