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The Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (Contractual Scheme) Regulations 2013

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Partnership schemes: liability of the general partner (England and Wales and Northern Ireland)

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18.—(1) In this regulation—

“authorisation order” means an order made under section 261D(1) of FSMA;

“authorised partnership” means a partnership scheme in respect of which an authorisation order has been made (even if revoked); and

“relevant debts and obligations”, in relation to an authorised partnership, means debts and obligations of the partnership which are incurred while the authorisation order made in respect of the partnership is in force.

(2) In paragraph (4)—

(a)a reference to a section is a reference to a section of the 1986 Act; and

(b)a reference to an Article is a reference to an Article of the 1989 Order.

(3) Where an authorised partnership is wound up by the court as an unregistered company under Part 5 of the 1986 Act or Part 6 of the 1989 Order, the general partner of the partnership has no personal liability for relevant debts and obligations.

(4) Paragraph (3) is without prejudice to the power of the court—

(a)to make an order under section 212 or Article 176 (summary remedy against delinquent directors, liquidators, etc.) compelling the general partner to repay, restore or account for any money or property or to contribute to the assets of the partnership;

(b)if the court refuses to examine into the conduct of the general partner on an application under section 212 or Article 176, to make a judgment or order in other proceedings brought against the general partner on any ground on which an application may be made under section 212 or Article 176;

(c)to give directions under section 215 (proceedings under ss 213, 214) for giving effect to a declaration under section 213 (fraudulent trading) or section 214 (wrongful trading) that the general partner is liable to make a contribution to the assets of the partnership; or

(d)to give directions under Article 179 (proceedings under Articles 177 and 178) for giving effect to a declaration under Article 177 (fraudulent trading) or Article 178 (wrongful trading) that the general partner is liable to make a contribution to the assets of the partnership.

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