[F11A(1)In calculating the maximum amount which may be demanded by the housing action trust under paragraph 1, such amount (if any) of the price or premium paid for the first relevant disposal which is attributable to improvements made to the house—E+W
(a)by the person by whom the disposal is, or is to be, made, and
(b)after the conveyance, grant or assignment and before the disposal,
shall be disregarded.
(2)The amount to be disregarded under this paragraph shall be such amount as may be agreed between the parties or determined by the district valuer.
(3)The district valuer shall not be required by virtue of this paragraph to make a determination for the purposes of this paragraph unless—
(a)it is reasonably practicable for him to do so; and
(b)his reasonable costs in making the determination are paid by the person by whom the disposal is, or is to be, made.
(4)If the district valuer does not make a determination for the purposes of this paragraph (and in default of an agreement), no amount is required to be disregarded under this paragraph.]
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