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Housing and Regeneration Act 2008

Section 113 - Local authority non-registrable bodies

238.This section sets out the exceptions to section 112(1).

239.Subsection (2) specifies that local housing authorities, as defined in section 1 of the Housing Act 1985, are not eligible for registration.

240.Subsection (3) specifies that county councils are not eligible for registration.

241.Subsection (4) specifies that a person controlled by an authority that is within subsections (2) or (3) is not eligible for registration.

242.Subsection (5) gives the Secretary of State the power to make regulations defining when a person is controlled by an authority for the purposes of subsection (4).

243.Subsection (6) provides that the definition of person controlled by a local authority may be expressed by reference to a document identified in regulations under section 21(2)(b) of the Local Government Act 2003.

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