A document or information is validly sent or supplied by a company if it is made available on a website in accordance with this Part of this Schedule.
A document or information may only be sent or supplied by the company to a person by being made available on a website if the person—
(a) has agreed (generally or specifically) that the document or information may be sent or supplied to him in that manner, or
(b) is taken to have so agreed under—
(i) paragraph 10 (members of the company etc), or
(ii) paragraph 11 (debenture holders),
and has not revoked that agreement.
(1) This paragraph applies to a document or information to be sent or supplied to a person—
(a) as a member of the company, or
(b) as a person nominated by a member in accordance with the company's articles to enjoy or exercise all or any specified rights of the member in relation to the company, or
(c) as a person nominated by a member under section 146 to enjoy information rights.
(2) To the extent that—
(a) the members of the company have resolved that the company may send or supply documents or information to members by making them available on a website, or
(b) the company's articles contain provision to that effect,
a person in relation to whom the following conditions are met is taken to have agreed that the company may send or supply documents or information to him i
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