10 Qualifying accounts and arrangements
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10Qualifying accounts and arrangements
(1) The Council may promote—
(a) the holding of accounts which qualify under section 104;
(b) the making of arrangements which qualify under section 105.
(2) The Council—
(a) may be specified as a body with which arrangements under section 105 may be made;
(b) may be designated by the Secretary of State under section 107(1) or (3) and may act in accordance with such a designation;
(c) may make arrangements under provision made under section 108(5)(d);
(d) may be designated by the Secretary of State in exercise of a power conferred on him under section 108(6)(b) or (7)(b) and may act in accordance with such a designation.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 154(1)(a).
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