(1) [The enhanced disclosure documents are as follows.]
. . .
(2) In the case of every company—
1 The company's memorandum and articles.
2 Any amendment of the company's articles (including every resolution or agreement required to be embodied in or annexed to copies of the company's articles issued by the company).
3 After any amendment of the company's articles, the text of the articles as amended.
4 Any notice of a change of the company's name.
1 The statement of proposed officers required on formation of the company.
2 Notification of any change among the company's directors.
3 Notification of any change in the particulars of directors required to be delivered to the registrar.
[Accounts and reports etc]
1 All documents required to be delivered to the registrar under section 441 (annual accounts and reports).
[1A All documents delivered to the registrar under sections 394A(2)(e), 448A(2)(e) and 479A(2)(e) (qualifying subsidiary companies: conditions for exemption from the audit, preparation and filing of individual accounts).]
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