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30.—(1) There are excluded from article 25(1) and (2) arrangements made by a money-lender under which either—
(a)a relevant authorised person or a person acting on his behalf will introduce to the money-lender persons with whom the relevant authorised person proposes to enter into a relevant transaction; or
(b)a relevant authorised person gives an assurance to the money-lender as to the amount which, on the security of any contract effected pursuant to a relevant transaction, will or may be received by the money-lender should the money-lender lend money to a person introduced to him pursuant to the arrangements.
(2) In paragraph (1)—
“money-lender” means a person who is—
a money-lending company within the meaning of section 338 of the Companies Act 1985(1);
a body corporate incorporated under the law of, or of any part of, the United Kingdom relating to building societies; or
a person whose ordinary business includes the making of loans or the giving of guarantees in connection with loans;
“relevant authorised person” means an authorised person who has permission to effect qualifying contracts of insurance or to sell investments of the kind specified by article 89, so far as relevant to such contracts;
“relevant transaction” means the effecting of a qualifying contract of insurance or the sale of an investment of the kind specified by article 89, so far as relevant to such contracts.
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