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(a)proceedings are brought against an employee of a Transport Partnership in respect of—
(i)anything done by the employee in accordance or purportedly in accordance with an enactment; or
(ii)anything not done by the employee which it is alleged should have been done by the employee in accordance with an enactment; and
(b)the Transport Partnership is satisfied that the employee honestly believed—
(i)that the act or omission was within the scope of the employee’s employment; and
(ii)that the employee was, under the enactment, required or entitled to do what was done or omit to do what should have been done,
then the Transport Partnership may indemnify all or any part of any damages or expenses which the employee might have been ordered to pay or might have or has incurred.
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