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4. Article 3 applies as if—
(a)the references in Article 3(a) and (b) to the court for the place where the defendant or the creditor is habitually resident were references to the court for the part of the United Kingdom in which the defendant, or the creditor, as the case may be, is habitually resident;
(b)the references to a person’s nationality were references to a person’s domicile.
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