(1) Where a company amends its articles it must send to the registrar a copy of the articles as amended not later than 15 days after the amendment takes effect.
(2) This section does not require a company to set out in its articles any provisions of model articles that—
(a) are applied by the articles, or
(b) apply by virtue of section 20 (default application of model articles).
(3) If a company fails to comply with this section an offence is committed by—
(a) the company, and
(b) every officer of the company
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