(1) The Secretary of State may make provision by regulations requiring the registrar, on application, to remove from the register material of a description specified in the regulations that—
(a) derives from anything invalid or ineffective or that was done without the authority of the company, or
(b) is factually inaccurate, or is derived from something that is factually inaccurate or forged.
(2) The regulations may make provision as to—
(a) who may make an application,
(b) the information to be included in and documents to accompany an application,
(c) the notice to be given of an application and of its outcome,
(d) a period in which objections to an application may be made, and
(e) how an application is to be determined.
(3) An application must—
(a) specify what is to be removed from the register and indicate where on the register it is, and
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