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Date: [insert date]
Deed of Participation
[Name of Scheme]
This Deed is made the [insert day] day of [insert month] 20[insert year]
[insert. full company name] registered in England and Wales with company number [insert number] and having its registered office at [insert registered company address] (the “Principal Company”);
[[insert full name of company] registered in England and Wales with company number [insert number] and having its registered office at [insert registered company address] OR [insert individual name(s)] of [insert individual address(es)]] (the “Trustees”); and
[insert full name of the new employer] registered in England and Wales with company number [insert number] and having its registered office at [insert registered company address] (the “New Employer”).
[Insert full name of scheme] (the “Scheme”) was established by an [interim OR definitive] deed dated [insert date].
The Scheme is currently governed by a trust deed dated [insert date],
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