§ 6.—(1) For the purposes of this Schedule two or more transactions are related if all of them are entered into in pursuance of the same scheme or arrangements.
§ (2) Nothing in this Schedule shall be construed as preventing transactions with different parties, or transactions with parties different from the parties to the scheme or arrangements in pursuance of which they are entered into, from being related transactions.
§ (3) For the purposes of this paragraph the cases in which any two or more transactions are to be taken to be entered into in pursuance of the same scheme or arrangements shall include any case in which it would be reasonable to assume, from either or both of—
- (a) the likely effect of the transactions, and
- (b) the circumstances in which the transactions are entered into, or in which any of them is entered into,
§ (4) In this paragraph 'scheme or arrangements' includes schemes, arrangements and understandings of any kind, whether or not legally enforceable.