(b) are limited in such a way that they apply only to intermedation agreements or classes established by the rules. (c) the agreement consists in financing a premium from a contract covering the whole of life assurance which, in the event of the death of the person over who wholly the contract is concluded before the repayment of the credit referred to in point (b), provides for the payment of a sum not exceeding the amount sufficient to cover the amount which, immediately after the granting of this loan to the lender, is made in respect of this credit (including that referred to in this Article 60F(2)(b) has been amended by the Regulation relating to various provisions. It now provides that a credit agreement is considered exempt if the same criteria are met, but the number of payments to be made by the borrower is from 4 to 12. (d) the credit must be repaid during the period (which must be less than or equal to 12 months) covered by the premium (8) For the purposes of this Chapter, a person from whom property is leased on bail or (in Scotland) to a beneficiary of physical or relevant credit under a lease purchase agreement has been considered to be a fixed loan intended to finance the operation up to the amount of the total price of goods: Sum of the deposit (if any) and the total amount of the credit charges. (c) the number of payments that the borrower must make to repay the full amount of the credit made during each of those periods is not greater than one, the credit is granted to the borrower in the course of a transaction carried out by the borrower. The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Commissions Miscellaneous) (No. 2) Order 2015 (« Miscellaneous Commissions Order ») is adopted on 18 Entered into force on 1 March 2015. . .