(1)The Scottish Ministers may pay grants to a reservoir manager for the purposes of enabling or assisting the reservoir manager to comply with any obligation arising under or by virtue of this Part.
(2)Grants are payable only where the reservoir concerned—
(a)is a high-risk reservoir or a medium-risk reservoir, and
(b)was not a “large raised reservoir” for the purposes of section 1 of the 1975 Act on the date immediately before that section was repealed.
(3)Grants may be subject to such conditions (including conditions on repayment) as the Scottish Ministers think fit.
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