(a) a private company appoints, or purports to appoint, an auditor or auditors, and
(b) the appointment or purported appointment is made in breach of section 485A, 485B or 485C (requirements applying to appointment of auditors by public interest entities),
the Secretary of State may appoint another auditor or auditors in place of the auditor or auditors referred to in paragraph (a).
(2) The breach of section 485A, 485B or 485C does not invalidate any report made under Chapter 3 of this Part by the auditor or auditors on the company's annual reports or accounts before the auditor or
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