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The Help–to–Save Accounts Regulations 2018

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Circumstances where eligible person unable to act—receivers etc.

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9.—(1) In the circumstances specified in paragraph (2) a person mentioned in sub-paragraph (b) of that paragraph may act for the person mentioned in sub-paragraph (a) of that paragraph for the purposes of—

(a)making a declaration under regulation 8(2)(b);

(b)opening a Help-to-Save account;

(c)managing a Help-to-Save account.

(2) The circumstances specified in this paragraph are where—

(a)a person is an eligible person but is unable for the time being to open and manage a Help-to-Save account; and

(b)there are any of the following—

(i)a receiver appointed by the Court of Protection with power to open and manage a Help-to-Save account on behalf of the person;

(ii)in Scotland, a tutor, curator or other guardian acting or appointed in terms of law who is administering the estate of the person; or

(iii)in Northern Ireland, a controller appointed by the High Court, with power to open and manage a Help-to-Save account on behalf of the person.

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