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(1)In Schedule 7A to the 1988 Act, paragraph 5 (the appropriate fraction) shall have effect as if after sub-paragraph (2) there were inserted the following sub-paragraph—
“(2A)X shall be found in accordance with sub-paragraphs (3) and (4) below, except that X is 100 for the financial year beginning in 1992.”
(2)Regulation 2 of the M1Non-Domestic Rating (Transitional Period) (Amendment and Further Provision) Regulations 1990 (small composite hereditaments) shall have effect as if in paragraph (3) for the words “X is 110” there were substituted the words “X is—
(a)100 if the day falls within the financial year beginning in 1992 [F1or that beginning in 1993], and
(b)110 if the day falls within any other financial year”.
(3)The formula in each of the following, namely—
(a)article 9 of the M2British Gas plc (Rateable Values) Order 1989;
(b)article 9(3) of the M3Electricity Supply Industry (Rateable Values) Order 1989;
(c)article 12(3) of the M4Railways (Rateable Values) Order 1989; and
(d)article 9(3) of the M5Water Undertakers (Rateable Values) Order 1989,
shall have effect in relation to the financial year beginning in 1992 as if for the figure “1.2” there were substituted the figure “ 1 ”.
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