[(1) The following provisions apply for the purposes of this Part.
(2) “Relevant scheme” means a scheme or arrangement (other than the FSCS) for the payment of compensation (in certain cases) to customers of persons who provide financial services or carry on a business connected with the provision of such services.
(3) References to the manager of a relevant scheme are to the person who administers it or (if there is no such person) the person responsible for making
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