(1) The Secretary of State may make provision by regulations requiring a statement or notice sent to the registrar of companies under any of the provisions listed below that relates (wholly or partly) to a person who—
(a) is a person disqualified under this Part, or
(b) is subject to a disqualification order or disqualification undertaking under the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 (c 46) or the Company Directors Disqualification (Northern Ireland) Order 2002 (SI 2002/3150 (NI 4)),
to be accompanied by an additional statement.
(2) The provisions referred to above are—
(a) section 12 (statement of a company's proposed officers),
(b) section 167(2) (notice of person having become director), and
(c) section 276 (notice of a person having become secretary or one of joint secretaries).
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