[(1) A moratorium comes to an end at any time at which the company—
(a) enters into a compromise or arrangement (see subsection (2)), or
(b) enters into a relevant insolvency procedure (see subsection (3)).
(2) For the purposes of this section a company enters into a compromise or arrangement if an order under section 899 or 901F of the Companies Act 2006 (court sanction for compromise or arrangement) comes into effect in relation to the company.
(3) For the purposes of this section a company enters into a relevant insolvency
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