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12(1)The relevant amount shall be determined by applying the appropriate formula (found in accordance with this paragraph).E+W
(2)Where the authority is a district council not falling within sub-paragraph (3) below the appropriate formula is—
(3)Where the authority is a district council which is constituted a library authority for the year beginning in 1989 but not for the year beginning in 1988 the appropriate formula is—
(4)Where the authority is a county council not falling within sub-paragraph (5) below the appropriate formula is—
(5)Where the authority is a county council whose administrative area contains the area of a district council which is constituted a library authority for the year beginning in 1989 but not for the year beginning in 1988 the appropriate formula is—
(6)References to a district council being constituted a library authority for a year are to its being so constituted under section 207 of the M1Local Government Act 1972.
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