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The Education (Student Loans)(Repayment)(Amendment) Regulations 2006

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Amendment of the Education (Student Loans) (Repayment) Regulations 2000

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4.  After regulation 3(3) insert the following—

(4) No provision of Part 3 or 4 nor any provision of Part 1 or 2 so far as it relates to the application of Parts 3 and 4 applies in relation to student loans made by the Assembly under section 22 of the Act unless the Assembly—

(a)has determined, in relation to any student loan or description of student loan, that repayments are to be collected by the Board, and

(b)has given notice to the Secretary of State and to the borrower.

(5) Where Parts 3 and 4 of these Regulations and any provision of Part 1 or 2 of these Regulations so far as it relates to the application of Parts 3 and 4 apply to student loans made by the Assembly pursuant to paragraph (4), they apply with the following modifications—

“borrower” means a person to whom the Assembly has lent money pursuant to Regulations made by it under section 22 of the Act and who has not received a notice from the Assembly that it has been repaid in full or cancelled;

“Secretary of State” means, other than in this regulation and regulation 4, the Assembly, and includes any person exercising functions on behalf of the Assembly pursuant to section 23(4) of the Act; and

“student loan” means the total outstanding principal, interest and charges owed by a borrower to the Assembly pursuant to Regulations made under section 22 of the Act, excluding any interest, penalties or charges payable under Part 3 or 4.

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