(1) In this order, unless the context otherwise requires,—
account holder means a person—
(a) who, at the close of 27 March 1994, was a party to an agreement with the Waitemata Electric Power Board for the provision, by that Board, of a network connection to the person; and
application means an application to be allocated equity securities in accordance with clause 4, where the application is received by the company in the form, and by the date, required by the company
area of supply means the area of supply specified in the schedule to the licence issued to the Thames Valley Electric Power Board under section 20 of the Electricity Act 1968 by the Minister of Energy on 14 May 1990, and published in the Gazette on 31 May 1990 at page 1937
company means Power New Zealand Limited
line charge means the charge payable by an account holder as consideration for the provision by the Waitemata Electric Power Board of a network connection to that account holder
meter means a meter for the measurement of electricity consumption
network connection means a physical connection between an electricity system operated by the Waitemata Electric Power Board and any premises, being premises at which the Board maintained, at the close of 27 March 1994, 1 or more meters
qualifying elector means a person—
roll has the meaning given to that term by section 2 of the Local Elections and Polls Act 1976
total line charges means the total number of line charges payable by account holders as at the close of 27 March 1994
Waitemata Electricity Trust means the trust referred to by that name in the joint establishment plan approved by the Minister in respect of the Waitemata Electric Power Board on 3 June 1994.
(2) Expressions not defined in this order but defined in the Act have, in this order, the meanings so defined.