The things which may be transferred by a transfer scheme1 include2:
(1) anything which the transferor3 would not otherwise be capable of transferring or assigning4;
(2) anything to which the transferor may become entitled or subject after the scheme is made and before it comes into force5;
(3) anything situated anywhere in the United Kingdom6 or elsewhere7;
(4) anything subsisting under an enactment8;
(5) anything subsisting under the law of any part of the United Kingdom or of any country or territory outside the United Kingdom9.
A scheme may divide any property, rights or liabilities of a transferor; and in
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