[(1) Every company must, before the end of the period of 14 days after the end of each review period, deliver to the registrar—
(a) such information as is necessary to ensure that the company is able to make the statement referred to in paragraph (b), and
(b) a statement (a “confirmation statement”) confirming that all information required to be delivered by the company to the registrar in relation to the confirmation period concerned under any duty mentioned in subsection (2) either—
(i) has been delivered, or
(ii) is being delivered at the same time as the confirmation statement.
(2) The duties are—
(a) any duty to notify a relevant event (see section 853B);
(b) any duty under sections 853C to [853H].
(3) In this Part “confirmation period”—
(a) in relation to a company's first confirmation statement, means the period beginning with the day of the company's incorporation and ending with the date specified in the statement (“the confirmation date”);
(b) in relation to any other confirmation statement of a company, means the period beginning with the day after the confirmation date of the last such statement and ending with the confirmation date of the confirmation statement concerned.
(4) The confirmation date of a confirmation statement must be no later than the last day of the review period concerned.
(5) For the purposes of this Part, each of the following is a review period—
(a) the period of 12 months beginning with the day of the company's incorporation;
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