[(1) When a person inspects or requests a copy of material on the central register relating to a company in respect of which an election under section 790X is in force, the person may ask the company to confirm that all information that the company is required to deliver to the registrar under this Chapter has been delivered.
(2) If a company fails to respond to a request under subsection (1), an offence is committed by—
(a) the company, and
(b) every officer of the company who is in default.
(3) A person guilty of an offence under this section is
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