120 Returns as to referendum expenses.E+W+S+N.I.
(a)any referendum expenses are incurred by or on behalf of a permitted participant during any referendum period (within the meaning of section 102), and
(b)that period ends,
the responsible person shall make a return under this section in respect of the referendum expenses incurred by or on behalf of the permitted participant during that period.
(2)A return under this section must specify the referendum to which the expenditure relates and must contain—
(a)a statement of all payments made in respect of referendum expenses incurred by or on behalf of the permitted participant during the referendum period in question;
(b)a statement of all disputed claims (within the meaning of section 116);
(c)a statement of all the unpaid claims (if any) of which the responsible person is aware in respect of which an application has been made, or is about to be made, to a court under section 115(4); and
(d)in a case where the permitted participant either is not a registered party or is a minor party, a statement of relevant donations received in respect of the referendum which complies with the requirements of paragraphs 10 and 11 of Schedule 15.
(3)A return under this section must be accompanied by—
(a)all invoices or receipts relating to the payments mentioned in subsection (2)(a); and
(b)in the case of any referendum expenses treated as incurred by virtue of section 112, any declaration falling to be made with respect to those expenses in accordance with section 112(6).
(4)Subsections (2) and (3) do not apply to any referendum expenses incurred at any time before the individual or body became a permitted participant, but the return must be accompanied by a declaration made by the responsible person of the total amount of such expenses incurred at any such time.
(5)The Commission may by regulations prescribe a form of return which may be used for the purposes of this section.
(6)In this section “relevant donation” has the same meaning as in Schedule 15.
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