In the text preceding Part 1, for the words “qualifying park home” in each place in which they occur, substitute “caravan”.
In question 1.7, for the words “a qualifying park home” substitute “a caravan”.
In the table following question 2.1, for the words “Disabled adaptations to a qualifying houseboat or qualifying park home” substitute “Disabled adaptations to a qualifying houseboat or caravan”.
In the first table following question 2.2, for the words “Adaptations to a house, flat, qualifying houseboat or qualifying park home” substitute “Adaptations to a house, flat, qualifying houseboat or caravan”.
For note 5B, substitute—
A “caravan” is defined in section 58. This expression—
(a) means a caravan within the meaning of Part 1 of the Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960 (disregarding the amendment made by section 13(2) of the Caravan Sites Act 1968; and
(b) includes any yard, garden, outhouses and appurtenances belonging to it or usually enjoyed with it.”.
In note 10, for the final sentence of the second paragraph, substitute—
“The definition includes spouses and civil partners; persons who live together as husband and wife or as if they were civil partners; parents; grandparents; children; grandchildren; brothers; sisters; uncles; aunts; nephews; and nieces.”.
In notes 19, 36A and 36B, for the words “qualifying park home” in each place in which they occur, substitute “caravan”.
In note 49, for the first sentence substitute—
“A partner is a person who lives with you as husband, wife, or civil partner, whether or not you are married to or a civil partner of that person.”.
In note 90E, omit the words “married or unmarried” in each place in which they occur, and in paragraph (b) for “them” substitute “the couple”.
Specified date: 31 December 2005: see reg 1(1).