[(1) In this Act—
“mortgage agreement” means an agreement to which subsection (2) applies, but to which subsection (3) does not apply, under which a mortgage creditor grants or promises to grant, to a consumer, a credit in the form of a deferred payment, loan or other similar financial accommodation;
“mortgage creditor” means a person who grants or promises to grant—
(a) in the course of the person's trade, business or profession, and
(b) under an agreement to which subsection (2) applies but to which subsection (3) does not apply,credit in the form of a deferred payment, loan or other similar financial accommodation;
“mortgage intermediary” means a person who, in the course of the person's trade, business or profession, and acting neither as a mortgage creditor or notary nor in an introductory capacity, does any of the following for any agreed form of financial consideration—
(a) presenting or offering mortgage agreements to consumers;
(b) assisting consumers by undertaking preparatory work or other pre-contractual administration in respect of mortgage agreements (otherwise than as referred to in paragraph (a));
(c) concluding mortgage agreements
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