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(1)Unless the context otherwise requires, an expression used in this Part and the Housing Act 1985 has the same meaning in this Part as it does in that Act.
(2)For the purposes of this Part—
“housing pressure condition” (“cyflwr o bwysau oherwydd prinder tai”) has the meaning given by section 1(2);
“local housing authority” (“awdurdod tai lleol”) means a local housing authority in Wales;
“related rights” (“hawliau cysylltiedig”)has the meaning given to “rights related to the right to buy” (see section 1(3));
“social housing” (“tai cymdeithasol”) means any housing provided by a social housing provider.
(3)For the purposes of this Part, “relevant dwelling-house”, in relation to an application for a direction, or a direction issued, under this Part means—
(i)the landlord of which is a social housing provider, and
(ii)the tenant of which has the right to buy, or a right related to the right to buy, or would have such a right if he or she met the conditions which give rise to such a right, and
(b)includes a dwelling-house which meets the requirements of paragraph (a) after the date on which the application for a direction is made.
(4)For the purposes of this Part, “ ” means—
(a)a local authority, and
(b)a person (other than a local authority) which—
(i)provides housing to, or
(ii)has functions relating to allocation of housing to,
people whose needs are not adequately served by the commercial housing market;
but a local authority or such other person is a social housing provider only insofar as it provides, or has functions relating to allocation of, housing.
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