The following provisions of Part 10 of the Companies Act 1985 shall cease to have effect—
section 311 (prohibition on tax-free payments to directors);
sections 323 and 327 (prohibition on directors dealing in share options);
sections 324 to 326 and 328 to 329, and Parts 2 to 4 of Schedule 13 (register of directors' interests);
sections 343 and 344 (special procedure for disclosure by banks).
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