(1) For the purposes of this Act any question whether a person is an associate of another person is to be determined in accordance with the following provisions of this section (any provision that a person is an associate of another person being taken to mean that they are associates of each other).
[(2) A person is an associate of an individual if that person is—
(a) the individual's husband or wife or civil partner,
(b) a relative of—
(i) the individual, or
(ii) the individual's husband or wife or civil partner, or
(c) the husband or wife or civil partner of a relative of—
(ii) the individual's husband or wife or civil partner.]
(3) A person is an associate of any person with whom he is in partnership, and of the husband or wife [or civil partner] or a relative of any individual with whom he is in partnership; and a Scottish firm is an associate of any person who is a member of the firm.
(4) A person is an associate of any person whom he employs or by whom he is employed.
(5) A person in his capacity as trustee of a trust other than—
(a) a trust arising under any of the second Group of Parts or the Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act , or
(b) a pension scheme or an employees' share scheme . . .,
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