(1) The shares in a CCIV that are referable to the same sub-fund of the CCIV, if not divided into 2 or more classes, constitute a class.
Note: A CCIV can issue shares only if the rights attaching to the shares are referable to one (and only one) sub-fund of the CCIV: see section 1230.
(2) A class of shares is referable to a sub-fund of a CCIV if the shares in the class are referable to the sub-fund.
Part 2F.2 does not permit variation contrary to this section
(3) Nothing in Part 2F.2 permits rights attached to shares in a class of shares to be varied or cancelled in a manner that results in a contravention of this section.