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#8418
Mark
Participant

I agree with Carol. APT is taking statutory interpretation a bit too literally – just because it doesnt say “or” after para 2(a)(i) does not mean that it means “and”. This is clearly a list of options. It is either (i), (ii) or (iii), not (i) AND (ii) or (iii).

If you want proof of this look at para 2(b) of the same schedule. It is clearly envisaging that there are 3 different possibilities – not 2.