(1) This section applies if a person . . . [makes an administration application under Schedule B1 to the 1986 Act] [or Schedule B1 to the 1989 Order] in relation to a company or partnership which—
(a) is, or has been, an authorised person [or recognised investment exchange];
(b) is, or has been, an appointed representative; or
(c) is carrying on, or has carried on, a regulated activity in contravention of the general prohibition.
[(1A) This section also applies in relation to—
(a) the appointment under paragraph 14 or 22 of Schedule B1 to the 1986 Act [or paragraph 15 or 23 of Schedule B1 to the 1989 Order] of an administrator of a company of a kind described in subsection (1)(a) to (c), or
(b) the filing with the court of a copy of notice of intention to appoint an administrator under [any] of those paragraphs.]
[(1B) This section also applies in relation to—
(a) the appointment under paragraph 22 of Schedule B1 to the 1986 Act (as applied by order under section 420 of the 1986 Act), or under paragr
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