206.—(1) The Department may by regulations provide that, subject to such exceptions and modifications as may be prescribed by the regulations, this Part and the provisions of this Order supplementary to this Part have effect in relation to any employment of a description to which this Article applies as may be so prescribed as if —
(a)it were employment under a contract of employment,
(b)any person engaged in employment of that description were an employee, and
(c)such person as may be determined by or under the regulations were his employer.
(2) This Article applies to employment of any description which—
(a)is employment in the case of which secondary Class 1 contributions are payable under Part I of the [1992 c. 7] Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act (Northern Ireland) 1992 in respect of persons engaged in it, but
(b)is not employment under a contract of service or of apprenticeship or employment of any description mentioned in Article 194 (whether as originally enacted or as modified by an order under Article 250(1)).
207.—(1) The Department may by regulations provide that, subject to such exceptions and modifications as may be prescribed by the regulations, this Part has effect in relation to any person who by virtue of any statutory provisions—
(a)is transferred to, and becomes a member of, a body specified in those provisions, but
(b)at a time so specified ceases to be a member of that body unless before that time certain conditions so specified have been fulfilled,
as if the cessation of his membership of that body by virtue of those provisions were dismissal by his employer by reason of redundancy.
(2) The power conferred by paragraph (1) is exercisable whether or not membership of the body in question constitutes employment within the meaning of Article 3(5); and, where that membership does not constitute such employment, that power may be exercised in addition to any power exercisable under Article 206.
208.—(1) For the purposes of the operation of the provisions of this Part (and Chapter III of Part I) in relation to any employee whose remuneration is, by virtue of any statutory provision, payable to him by a person other than his employer, each of the references to the employer specified in paragraph (2) shall be construed as a reference to the person by whom the remuneration is payable.
(2) The references referred to in paragraph (1) are the first reference in Article 170(1), the third reference in Article 175(3), the first reference in Article 177(3) and the first reference in Article 178(2)(c) and the references in Articles 10(5), 177(2)(b), 178(4) and (5), 184(a) and (b), 185(3), 187(1)(b), 193(4), 197(6), 199 to 204 and 205(1).