(1) Every copy of a document to which this section applies that is published by or on behalf of the company must state the name of the person who signed it on behalf of the board.
(2) In the case of an unquoted company [that is not a traded company], this section applies to copies of—
(a) the company's balance sheet, . . .
[(aa) the strategic report, and]
(b) the directors' report.
(3) In the case of a quoted company [or of a traded company (as defined by section 360C) that is not a quoted company], this section applies to copies of—
(a) the company's balance sheet,
(b) the directors' remuneration report, . . .
[(ba) the strategic report, and]
(c) the directors' report.
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