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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The Green Deal Framework (Disclosure, Acknowledgment, Redress etc.) Regulations 2012 No. 2079
43. Regulation 44 applies in relation to a green deal property where—
(a)a person (“A”) intends that a transaction or arrangement is to be entered into under which another person (“B”) is to have a right to occupy the property;
(b)the intended transaction or arrangement does not—
(i)fall within section 12(1); or
(ii)include a transfer of ownership from A to B;
(c)A intends that—
(i)the transaction or arrangement will be made in writing; and
(ii)A will be a party to the transaction or arrangement;
(d)A intends that B will—
(i)start to occupy the property under the transaction or arrangement within three years of the transaction or arrangement being entered into; and
(ii)be the bill payer at the property whilst in that occupation; and
(e)at the time the green deal plan for the property was entered into, B did not provide a confirmation under regulation 36.
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