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26.—(1) While Deposits Management (Heritable) is wholly owned by the Treasury (or to be regarded as wholly owned by the Treasury for the purposes of the Act), for the purposes of the provisions listed in Schedule 2 to this Order, none of the persons listed in paragraph (3) shall be regarded as a shadow director or (unless otherwise appointed as a director) a person discharging managerial responsibilities of Deposits Management (Heritable).
(2) For the purposes of the definition of “director” in section 417 of the 2000 Act (definitions), none of the persons listed in paragraph (3) shall be regarded as a person in accordance with whose directions or instructions (not being advice given in a professional capacity) the directors of a relevant undertaking are accustomed to act while Deposits Management (Heritable) is wholly owned by the Treasury.
(3) The persons are—
(a)a Minister of the Crown;
(c)the Treasury Solicitor;
(i)employed by or under; or
(ii)acting on behalf of,
any of the persons listed in sub-paragraph (a) to (d).
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