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(1)The Commissioners may, in accordance with the following provisions of this section, by regulations make provision in relation to cases where, after a charge to aggregates levy has arisen on any quantity of aggregate—
(a)any of that aggregate is exported from the United Kingdom in the form of aggregate;
(b)an exempt process is applied to any of that aggregate;
(c)any of that aggregate is used in a prescribed industrial or agricultural process;
(d)any of that aggregate is disposed of (by dumping or otherwise) in such manner not constituting its use for construction purposes as may be prescribed; or
(e)the whole or any part of a debt due to a person responsible for subjecting the aggregate to commercial exploitation is written off in his accounts as a bad debt.
(2)The provision that may be made in relation to any such case as is mentioned in subsection (1) above is provision—
(a)for such person as may be specified in the regulations to be entitled to a tax credit in respect of any aggregates levy charged on the aggregate in question;
(b)for a tax credit to which any person is entitled under the regulations to be brought into account when he is accounting for aggregates levy due from him for such accounting period or periods as may be determined in accordance with the regulations; and
(c)for a person entitled to a tax credit to be entitled, in any prescribed case where he cannot bring the tax credit into account so as to set it against a liability to aggregates levy, to a repayment of levy of an amount so determined.
(3)Regulations under this section may contain any or all of the following provisions—
(a)provision making any entitlement to a tax credit conditional on the making of a claim by such person, within such period and in such manner as may be prescribed;
(b)provision making entitlement to bring a tax credit into account, or to receive a repayment in respect of such a credit, conditional on compliance with such requirements as may be determined in accordance with the regulations;
(c)provision requiring a claim for a tax credit to be evidenced and quantified by reference to such records and other documents as may be so determined;
(d)provision requiring a person claiming any entitlement to a tax credit to keep, for such period and in such form and manner as may be so determined, those records and documents and a record of such information relating to the claim as may be so determined;
(e)provision for the withdrawal of a tax credit where any requirement of the regulations is not complied with;
(f)provision for interest at the rate applicable under section 197 of the Finance Act 1996 (c. 8) to be treated as added, for such period and for such purposes as may be prescribed, to the amount of any tax credit;
(g)provision for anything falling to be determined in accordance with the regulations to be determined by reference to a general or specific direction given in accordance with the regulations by the Commissioners.
(4)Without prejudice to the generality of the preceding provisions of this section, regulations under this section may also contain—
(a)provision for ascertaining whether, when and to what extent an amount is to be taken for the purposes of any regulations under this section to have been written off in any accounts as a bad debt;
(b)provision requiring a person who for the purposes of any such regulations is taken to have written off any amount as a bad debt to keep, for such period and in such form and manner as may be prescribed, information relating to anything subsequently paid in respect of the amount written off;
(c)provision for the withdrawal of the whole or an appropriate part of any tax credit relating to an amount taken to have been written off as a bad debt where the whole or any part (or further part) of the amount written off is subsequently paid;
(d)provision for ascertaining whether, and to what extent, anything received by any person is to be taken as a payment of, or of a part of, an amount taken, for the purposes of any regulations under this section, to have been written off;
(e)provision for determining the value for the purposes of provision made by virtue of paragraph (d) above of things received otherwise than in the form of money.
(5)Regulations made under this section shall have effect subject to the provisions of section 32 below.
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