(1) A reference in this Act to the preferential debts of a company or an individual is to the debts listed in Schedule 6 to this Act [(contributions to occupational pension schemes; remuneration, &c of employees; levies on coal and steel production[; debts owed to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme][; deposits covered by Financial Services Compensation Scheme][; other deposits])]; and references to preferential creditors are to be read accordingly.
[(1A) A reference in this Act to the “ordinary preferential debts” of a company or an individual is to the preferential debts listed in any of paragraphs 8 to 15B of Schedule 6 to this Act.
(1B) A reference in this Act to the “secondary preferential debts” of a company or an individual is to the preferential debts listed in paragraph 15BA or 15BB of Schedule 6 to this Act.]
(2) In [Schedule 6] “the debtor” means the company or the individual concerned.
(3) Schedule 6 is to be read with [Schedule 4 to the Pension Schemes Act 1993] (occupational pension scheme contributions).
(1) This section explains references in Schedule 6 to the relevant date (being the date which determines the existence and amount of a preferential debt).
(2) For the purposes of section 4 in Part I ([consideration of] company voluntary arrangement), the relevant date in relation to a company which is not being wound up is—
[(a) if the company is in administration, the date on which it entered administration, and
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