[(1) Information falls within this subsection at any time (“the relevant time”) if—
(a) it is DOB information,
(b) it is contained in a document delivered to the registrar that is protected at the relevant time as regards that information,
(c) the document is one in which such information is required to be stated, and
(d) if the document has more than one part, the part in which the information is contained is a part in which such information is required to be stated.
(2) “DOB information” is information as to the day of the month (but not the month or year) on which a relevant person was born.
(3) A “relevant person” is an individual—
(a) who is a director of a company, or
(b) whose particulars are stated in a company's PSC register as a registrable person in relation to that company (see Part 21A).
(4) A document delivered to the registrar is “protected” at any time unless—
(a) it is an election period document,
(b) subsection (7) applies to it at the time, or
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