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6(1)A regional council shall be liable to pay to the council of each district in their region, in respect of the district community charges for any financial year, the amount produced in the district by those charges; and shall, in accordance with such arrangements as may be prescribed, make payments to the district council on account of that liability.S
(2)For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1) above, the amount produced in a district by the district community charges for a financial year shall, subject to sub-paragraph (3) below, be ascertained after the end of that year in such manner as may be prescribed, and—
(a)if that amount exceeds the aggregate amount of payments on account made under sub-paragraph (1) above, the balance shall be paid by the regional council to the district council; and
(b)if that amount is less than the said aggregate amount, the balance shall be set off against payments on account under sub-paragraph (1) above in respect of the next following financial year.
[F1(3)The Secretary of State may prescribe what deductions are to be made in estimating and ascertaining the amount produced by each of the regional and district community charges levied by a regional council.]
(4)There shall be taken into account, in the calculation of the amount which a regional council are liable, under sub-paragraph (1) above, to pay to a district council, the amount of any community charge [F2and community water charge] which has been collected by the district council under paragraph 5 above and is due but has not been paid to the regional council.
(5)The amount which a regional council are liable to pay under sub-paragraph (1) above to a district council shall, if not paid by such date as may be prescribed, attract interest at such rate as may be prescribed.
(6)In thi s paragraph, [F3“regional community charges” and “district community charges” have] the same meaning as in paragraph 1 above.
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