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132In carrying out an assessment under this Schedule, the assessor must take into account any information given, or submissions made, by any of the following—E+W
(a)the relevant person's representative;
(b)any section 39A IMCA;
(c)any section 39C IMCA;
(d)any section 39D IMCA.]