[(1) A company to which this Part applies must take reasonable steps—
(a) to find out if there is anyone who is a registrable person or a registrable relevant legal entity in relation to the company, and
(b) if so, to identify them.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), a company to which this Part applies must give notice to anyone whom it knows or has reasonable cause to believe to be a registrable person or a registrable relevant legal entity in relation to it.
(3) The notice, if addressed to an individual, must require the addressee—
(a) to state whether or not he or she is a registrable person in relation to the company (within the meaning of this Part), and
(b) if so, to confirm or correct any particulars of his or hers that are included in the notice, and supply any that are missing.
(4) The notice, if addres
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