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59.—(1) Entering as provider into a funeral plan contract is a specified kind of activity.
(2) A “funeral plan contract” is a contract (other than one excluded by article 60) under which—
(a)a person (“the customer”) makes one or more payments to another person (“the provider”); and
(b)the provider undertakes to provide, or secure that another person provides, a funeral in the United Kingdom for the customer (or some other person who is living at the date when the contract is entered into) on his death;
unless, at the time of entering into the contract, the customer and the provider intend or expect the funeral to occur within one month.
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