Interpretation of Part IIN.I.
3. In this Part—
“approved scheme” means a scheme of reorganisation in relation to which an application under Article 5, but no application under Article 9, has been granted (with any variations approved under Article 8);
“the Board” has the meaning given by Article 5(1);
“notice” means notice in writing;
“registered producers” means persons registered as producers under the 1989 Scheme;
“scheme of reorganisation” has the meaning given by Article 5(1);
“subsidiary” has the same meaning as in the Companies (Northern Ireland) Order 1986F1; and
“the 1989 Scheme” has the meaning given by Article 4(1).
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