[(1) A company to which this Part applies must keep a register of people with significant control over the company.
(2) The required particulars of any individual with significant control over the company who is “registrable” in relation to the company must be entered in the register [before the end of the period of 14 days beginning with the day after all the required particulars of that individual are first confirmed].
(3) The company must not enter any of the individual's particulars in the register until they have all been confirmed.
(4) Particulars of any individual with significant control over the company who is “non-registrable” in relation to the company must not be entered in the register.
[(5) The required particulars of any entity that is a registrable relevant legal entity in relation to the company must be entered in the register before the end of the period of 14 days beginning with the day after the company first has all the required particulars of that entity.]
(6) If the company becomes aware of a relevant change (within the meaning of section 790E) with respect to a registrable person . . . whose particulars are stated in the register[, the company must enter in the register—
(a) the changes to the required particulars resulting from the relevant change, and
(b) the date on which the relevant change occurred,
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