Article 222-9 into force from to
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Public limited companies (sociétés anonymes) whose securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market shall publicly disclose, in accordance with Article 221-3, the information and reports mentioned in Articles L. 225-37, L. 225-68 and L. 225-235 of the Commercial Code no later than the day of filing of the report with the clerk of the commercial court mentioned in Article L. 225-100 of the Commercial Code.
Companies organised as partnerships limited by shares (sociétés en commandite par actions) admitted to a regulated market shall publicly disclose the information mentioned in Article L. 226-10-1 of the Commercial Code on the same conditions.
Other French legal persons shall publicly disclose information about the matters mentioned in the first paragraph under the same conditions set forth in the preceding sentence, if they are required to file their financial statements with the clerk of the commercial court. If they are not required to file, they shall make such disclosure once their financial statements for the preceding financial year have been approved.
Whenever an issuer prepares a registration document pursuant to Article 212-13, that document shall include the reports and disclosures mentioned in paragraph I. In such case, the dissemination requirements of that paragraph do not apply.
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