(1) Where a company is obliged to re-register as a private company to comply with section 662, the directors may resolve that the company should be so re-registered.
Chapter 3 of Part 3 (resolutions affecting a company's constitution) applies to any such resolution.
(2) The resolution may make such changes—
(a) in the company's name, and
(b) in the company's articles,
as are necessary in connection with its becoming a private company.
(3) The application for re-registration must contain a statement of the company's proposed name on re-registration.
(4) The application must be accompanied by—
(a) a copy of the resolution (unless a copy has already been forwarded under Chapter 3 of Part 3),
(b) a copy of the company's articles as amended by the resolution, and
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