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[F110(1)A person is exempt if—S
(a)he is employed to provide care or support (or both) to another person or other persons; and
(b)such conditions as may be prescribed are fulfilled.
(2)Without prejudice to the generality of sub-paragraph (1)(b) above the conditions may—
(a)require the person’s employer to be a charity or fulfil some other description;
(b)relate to the period for which he is employed or other factors concerning his employment;
(c)require his income for a prescribed period not to exceed a prescribed amount;
(d)require his capital not to exceed a prescribed amount;
(e)require him to be resident in prescribed premises;
(f)require him not to exceed a prescribed age; and
(g)require the other person or persons to fulfil a prescribed description (whether relating to age, disablement or otherwise).]
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