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Rates (Northern Ireland) Order 1977

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[F13.(1) The following general provisions shall have effect with respect to the assessment of persons to, and their liability on account of, a rate in respect of any hereditament for any year by virtue of Article 25A.N.I.

(2) A person who is chargeable to rates in respect of a hereditament by virtue of Article 25A for part only of the year shall, subject to the provisions of this Order, be liable to be charged with such part only of the total amount of the rate as bears to that amount the same proportion as the number of days in the part of the year during which he is so chargeable bears to the total number of days in the year.

(3) The liability of a person under sub-paragraph (2) is in addition to any liability of his under Article 19(2) (person in occupation for part only of the year).

(4) A person who is chargeable to rates in respect of a hereditament by virtue of Article 25A for any part of the year may be assessed to the rate in accordance with the provisions of sub-paragraph (2) notwithstanding that any part of the year during which he was so chargeable ended before the rate was made.

(5) A person who is chargeable to rates in respect of a hereditament by virtue of Article 25A at any time after the rate is made may be assessed to and shall in the first instance be liable to pay by virtue of that Article—

(a)if he was so chargeable at the beginning of the year, the whole of the amount charged in respect of the hereditament; or

(b)if he became so chargeable subsequently, a proportion of that amount calculated on the basis that he will remain so chargeable until the end of the year;

but shall, if the part of the year during which he is so chargeable ends before the end of the year and he does not thereupon become liable to pay an amount under Article 19 by virtue of his occupation of the hereditament, be entitled to recover from the Department any sums paid by him in excess of the amount properly chargeable against him in accordance with the provisions of sub-paragraph (2), except that—

(i)no allowance shall be made for a period of less than seven days;

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(iii)a person shall not be entitled to recover any sum in so far as he has previously recovered it from another person who is an incoming occupier or chargeable under Article 25A.]

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