[(1) During a moratorium, the company may not obtain credit to the extent of £500 or more from a person unless the person has been informed that a moratorium is in force in relation to the company.
(2) The reference to the company obtaining credit includes—
(a) the company entering into a conditional sale agreement in accordance with which goods are to be sold to the company,
(b) the company entering into any other form of hire-purchase agreement under which goods are to be bailed (in Scotland, hired) to the company, and
(c) the company
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