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Interpretation

2.  In this Order—

“the 2001 instrument” means the General Provisions and Glossary Instrument 2001 (2001/7)(1) made by the Authority under the Act on 21st June 2001;

“the Act” means the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000(2);

“authorised unit trust scheme” has the meaning given in section 237(3) of the Act;

“the Authority” means the Financial Services Authority;

“manager” has the meaning given in that part of its definition in the Glossary contained in the 2001 instrument which relates to an authorised unit trust scheme;

“register” has the meaning given in that part of its definition in the Glossary contained in the 2001 instrument(3) which relates to unitholders of an authorised unit trust scheme;

“trust deed” has the meaning given in that part of its definition in the Glossary contained in the 2001 instrument(4) which relates to an authorised unit trust scheme;

“trustee” has the meaning given in section 237(2) of the Act;

“unit” has the meaning given in that part of its definition in the Glossary contained in the 2001 instrument which relates to an authorised unit trust scheme; and

“unitholder” has the meaning given in that part of its definition in the Glossary contained in the 2001 instrument (5).

(1)

This instrument is available on the Authority’s website ( www.fsa.gov.uk).

(3)

The definition of “register” in the 2001 instrument was amended by the Collective Investment Schemes Sourcebook (Consequential Amendments) Instrument (2004/34) made by the Authority under the Act on 18th March 2004, which is available on the Authority’s website ( www.fsa.gov.uk).

(4)

The definition of “trust deed” in the 2001 instrument was amended by the Collective Investment Schemes Sourcebook (Consequential Amendments) Instrument (2004/34), which is available on the Authority’s website ( www.fsa.gov.uk).

(5)

The definition of “unitholder” in the 2001 instrument was amended by the Collective Investment Schemes Sourcebook (Consequential Amendments) Instrument (2004/34).