2. (1) In these Rules, unless the context otherwise requires–
“the Act” means the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988;
“applicant” means a person or organisation who has made a reference or application to the Tribunal;
“the Chairman” means the Chairman of the Tribunal or a deputy chairman or any other member of the Tribunal appointed to act as chairman;
“costs”, in relation to proceedings in Scotland, means “expenses”;
the validity of an organisation’s claim to be representative of a class of persons, or
the possession by an intervener of a substantial interest in the matter in dispute;
“intervener” means a person or organisation who has applied under rule 7, 23, 26, 30, 33, 37, 41 or 44 to be made a party to proceedings;
“the office” means the office for the time being of the Tribunal;
“proceedings” means proceedings in respect of a reference or an application before the Tribunal;
“the Secretary” means the Secretary for the time being of the Tribunal; and
“the Tribunal” means the Copyright Tribunal.
(2) A rule or schedule referred to by number means the rule or schedule so numbered in these Rules; a form referred to by number means a form in Schedule 3 so numbered, and a requirement in these Rules for the service of a notice in a specified form shall be taken to have been complied with if the service of the notice is in a form which is substantially in accordance with the form so specified.