[(1) This section applies for the purposes of this Part.
(2) “Securities” means (except in section 74(2) and the expression “transferable securities”) anything which has been, or may be, admitted to the official list.
(3) “Transferable securities” means anything which is a transferable security for the purposes of [the markets in financial instruments [regulation]], other than money-market instruments for the purposes of that [regulation] which have a maturity of less than 12 months.
[(3A) “Debt securities” means bonds or other forms of transferable securitised debts, with the exception of—
(a) transferable securities which are equivalent to
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