(1) In this Group of Parts, except in so far as the context otherwise requires, “insolvency”, in relation to a company, includes the approval of a voluntary arrangement under Part I, [or the appointment of an administrator or administrative receiver].
(2) For the purposes of any provision in this Group of Parts, a company goes into liquidation if it passes a resolution for voluntary winding up or an order for its winding up is made by the court at a time when it has not already gone into liquidation by passing such a resolution.
[(3) The reference to a resolution for voluntary winding up in subsection (2) includes a reference to a resolution which is deemed to occur by virtue of—
(a) paragraph 83(6)(b) of Schedule B1, or
(b) an order made following conversion of administration or a voluntary arrangement into winding up by virtue of [Article 51 of the EU Regulation].]
In this Group of Parts, except in so far as the context otherwise requires—
(a) “secured creditor”, in relation to a company, means a creditor of the company who holds in respect of his debt a security over property of the company, and “unsecured creditor” is to be read accordingly; and
(b) “security” means—
(i) in relation to England and Wales, any mortgage, charge, lien or other security, and
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