(1) A company is exempt from the requirement to prepare group accounts if it is itself a subsidiary undertaking and its parent undertaking is not established under the law of an EEA State [any part of the United Kingdom], in the following cases—
(a) where the company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of that parent undertaking;
[(b) where that parent undertaking holds 90% or more of the allotted shares in the company and the remaining shareholders have approved the exemption; or
(c) where that parent undertaking holds more than 50% (but less than 90%) of the allotted shares in the company and notice requesting the preparation of group accounts has not been served on the company by the shareholders holding in aggregate at least 5% of the allotted shares in the company.
Such notice must be served at least six months before the end of the financial year to which it relates].
(2) Exemption is conditional upon compliance with all of the following conditions—
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