(1) This section defines what is meant by references in this Part to members of a director's family.
(2) For the purposes of this Part the members of a director's family are—
(a) the director's spouse or civil partner;
(b) any other person (whether of a different sex or the same sex) with whom the director lives as partner in an enduring family relationship;
(c) the director's children or step-children;
(d) any children or step-children of a person within paragraph (b) (and who are not children or step-children of the director) who live with the director and
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