Listing documents published by a new applicant must include copies available in printed form. A new applicant may, to the extent permitted by law and its own constitutional documents, make additional copies available to the public on CD ROM (together with the relevant application form in electronic form on the same CD ROM).
Where the new applicant has made additional copies available in electronic form on CD ROM, the new applicant must ensure that:
(a) the CD ROM includes:
(i) a confirmation that the contents of the listing document and relevant application form in electronic form and in printed form are identical; and
(ii) a confirmation that the listing document and relevant application form are also available in printed form and the addresses of the locations where they are available; and
(b) any supplemental listing documents or subsequent amendments to the listing document are also made available in both printed form and on CD ROM and the new applicant must also comply with (a) above with all references to "listing document" and "application form" being construed as references to the supplemental listing document and relevant application form or subsequent amendment to the listing document and relevant application form.