(1) For the purposes of section 111(2) the appropriate certificates, in relation to an insurance business transfer scheme, are—
(a) a certificate under paragraph 2;
(b) if sub-paragraph (2) applies, a certificate under paragraph 3;
[(ba) if sub-paragraph (2A) applies, a certificate under paragraph 3A;]
(c) if sub-paragraph (3) applies, a certificate under paragraph 4;
(d) if sub-paragraph (4) applies, a certificate under paragraph 5;
[(e) if sub-paragraph (5) applies, the certificates under paragraph 5A].
(2) This sub-paragraph applies if—
(a) [the transferor concerned] is a UK authorised person which has received authorisation under [Article 14 of the Solvency 2 Directive] from [the appropriate regulator]; and
(b) the establishment from which the business is to be transferred under the proposed insurance business transfer scheme is in an EEA State other than the United Kingdom.
[(2A) This sub-paragraph applies if—
(a) the transferor concerned is a UK authorised person which has received authorisation under Article 14 of the Solvency 2 Directive from the appropriate regulator; and
(b) as regards any policy which is included in the proposed transfer and which evidences a contract of insurance (other than reinsurance), the contract was concluded in an EEA State other than the United Kingdom.]
(3) This sub-paragraph applies if—
(a) [the transferor concerned] has received authorisation under [Article 162 of the Solvency 2 Directive] from [the appropriate regulator];
(b) the proposed transfer relates to business which consists of the effecting or carrying out of contracts of long-term insurance; and
(c) as regards any policy which is included in the proposed transfer and which evidences
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