49 Division of responsibilities in case of party with accounting units
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Parties with accounting units49Division of responsibilities in case of party with accounting units
Where a registered party is a party with accounting units, sections 41 to 48 have effect in accordance with Schedule 5, which makes provision for securing that—
(a) financial matters relating to the party exclusive of those relating to any accounting unit, and
(b) financial matters relating to any such unit,
are dealt with separately for the purposes of this Part.
Royal Assent (in so far as it relates to the power to make an order or regulations under ss 41–43, 48): 30 November 2000: see s 163(3)(d).
To be appointed
To be appointed (for remaining purposes): see s 163(2).
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