(1) The court may authorise the company to be re-registered as a private company without its having passed the special resolution required by section 97.
(2) If it does so, the court must specify in the order the changes to the company's name and articles to be made in connection with the re-registration.
(3) The company may then be re-registered as a private company if an application to that effect is delivered to the registrar together with—
(a) a copy of the court's order, and
(b) notice of the company's name, and a copy of the company's articles, as altered by
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