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Housing (Wales) Act 2014

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84Notice that duties have ended
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(1)Where a local housing authority concludes that its duty to an applicant under section 66, 68, 73 or 75 has come to an end (including where the authority has referred the applicant’s case to another authority or decided that the conditions for referral are met), it must notify the applicant—

(a)that it no longer regards itself as being subject to the relevant duty,

(b)of the reasons why it considers that the duty has come to an end,

(c)of the right to request a review, and

(d)of the time within which such a request must be made.

(2)Where a notice under subsection (1) relates to the duty in section 73 coming to an end in the circumstances described in section 74(2) or (3), it must include notice of the steps taken by the local housing authority to help to secure that suitable accommodation would be available for occupation by the applicant.

(3)Notice under this section must be in writing.

(4)Where a notice is not received by an applicant, the applicant may be treated as having been notified under this section if the notice is made available at the authority’s office for a reasonable period for collection by the applicant or on the applicant’s behalf.

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