[(1) In this Part—
“acquisition” means the acquisition of control or of an increase in control over a UK authorised person;
[“the appropriate regulator” is to be read in accordance with section 178(2A);]
“credit institution” means—
(a) a credit institution authorised under the [capital requirements directive]; or
(b) an institution which would satisfy the requirements for authorisation as a credit institution under that directive if it had its registered office (or if it does not have a registered office, its head office) in an EEA State;
“shares” has the same meaning as in section 422;
“UK authorised person” means an authorised person who—
(a) is a body incorporated in, or an unincorporated association formed under the law of, any part of the United Kingdom; and
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