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53.—(1) This regulation applies in respect of payment instruments which, under the framework contract governing their use—
(a)can be used only to execute individual payment transactions of 30 euro or less, or in relation to payment transactions executed wholly within the United Kingdom, 60 euro or less;
(b)have a spending limit of 150 euro, or where payment transactions must be executed wholly within the United Kingdom, 300 euro; or
(c)store funds that do not exceed 500 euro at any time.
(2) Where this regulation applies the parties may agree that—
(a)regulations 57(1)(b), 58(1)(c), (d) and (e) and 62(3) do not apply where the payment instrument does not allow for the stopping or prevention of its use;
(b)regulations 60, 61 and 62(1) and (2) do not apply where the payment instrument is used anonymously or the payment service provider is not in a position, for other reasons concerning the payment instrument, to prove that a payment transaction was authorised;
(c)the payment service provider is not required under regulation 66(1) to notify the payment service user of the refusal of a payment order if the non-execution is apparent from the context;
(d)the payer may not revoke the payment order under regulation 67 after transmitting the payment order or giving their consent to execute the payment transaction to the payee;
(e)execution periods other than those provided by regulations 70 and 71 apply.
(3) Subject to paragraph (2)(b), regulations 61 and 62(1) and (2) apply to electronic money as defined in Article 1(3)(b) of the electronic money directive unless the payer’s payment service provider does not have the ability under the contract to—
(a)freeze the payment account; or
(b)stop the use of the payment instrument.
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