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69—(1) Where any expenses are a charge on premises under section 68, the district council may by order declare the expenses to be payable with interest by instalments within the specified period, until the whole amount is paid.
(2) In subsection (1)—
“interest” means interest at the rate determined by the council under section 68(1), and
“the specified period” means such period of 30 years or less from the date of service of the notice under section 68 as is specified in the order.
(3) Subject to subsection (5), the instalments and interest, or any part of them, may be recovered from the owner or occupier for the time being of the premises.
(4) Any sums recovered from an occupier may be deducted by the occupier from the rent of the premises.
(5) An occupier shall not be required to pay at any one time any sum greater than the aggregate of—
(a)the amount that was due on account of rent at the date on which the occupier was served with a demand from the district council together with a notice requiring the occupier not to pay rent to the landlord without deducting the sum demanded, and
(b)the amount that has become due from the occupier on account of rent since that date.
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