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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 No. 948
24. (1) This regulation applies if—
(a)the document recording the examiner’s recommendations and reasons contains a correctable error; and
(b)the draft charging schedule in respect of which the recommendations were made has not been approved by the charging authority in accordance with section 213 of PA 2008.
(2) The examiner may correct the error—
(a)of the examiner’s own volition; or
(b)if requested to do so in writing by the charging authority.
(3) If a correction is made under this regulation—
(a)the examiner’s original recommendations and reasons cease to have effect;
(b)the charging authority must give notice of the correction to those persons who requested to be notified of the publication of the examiner’s recommendations and reasons;
(c)the revised recommendations and reasons must be published in accordance with regulation 23; and
(d)the revised recommendations and reasons have effect on the day they are received by the charging authority.
(4) In paragraph (1) “correctable error” means an error which—
(a)does not alter the substance of the recommendations or reasons; or
(b)must be corrected to make the recommendations consistent with the reasons given for those recommendations.
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