46 Unoccupied hereditaments: supplementary.E+W
(1)This section applies for the purposes of section 45 above.
(2)A is the rateable value shown for the day under section 42(4) above as regards the hereditament . . . F1
(3)Subject to subsection (4) below, B is the non-domestic rating multiplier for the financial year.
(4)Where the [F2billing authority] is a special authority, B is the authority’s non-domestic rating multiplier for the financial year.
(5)C is the number of days in the financial year.
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