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The Investment Bank Special Administration (Scotland) Rules 2011

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172.—(1) This rule applies in any case where information is required by these Rules to be sent by any person to the Secretary of State or the administrator.

(2) A requirement of the kind mentioned in paragraph (1) is treated as having been satisfied where—

(a)the information is submitted electronically with the agreement of the person to whom the information is sent;

(b)the form in which the electronic submission is made satisfies the requirements of the person to whom the information is sent;

(c)all the information required is provided in the electronic submission; and

(d)the person to whom the information is sent can produce in legible form the information so submitted.

(3) Where information is permitted to be sent electronically under paragraph (2), any requirement that the information be accompanied by a signature is taken to be satisfied—

(a)if the identity of the person who is supplying the information and whose signature is required is confirmed in a manner specified by the recipient; or

(b)where no such manner has been specified by the recipient, if the communication contains or is accompanied by a statement of the identity of the person who is providing the information, and the recipient has no reason to doubt the truth of that statement.

(4) Where information has been supplied to a person, whether or not it has been supplied electronically in accordance with paragraph (2), and a copy of that information is required to be supplied to another person falling within paragraph (1), the requirements contained in paragraph (2) apply in respect of the supply of the copy to that other person as they apply in respect of the original.

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