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Energy Act 2008

Notifying the non-applicant party

207.Notice of an application must be given to the non-applicant party (i.e. whichever of the asset owner and preferred or successful bidder has not made the application for a scheme) (paragraph 6) and also to any third parties who may be affected by the scheme (paragraph 7). There is also a requirement for the Authority to publish notice of the application (paragraph 8).

208.The non-applicant party may modify the application by adding further property, rights or liabilities to be considered by the Authority for inclusion in the scheme (paragraph 9). If the application is modified, there are further requirements for notice to be given to the other party and affected third parties. There are also publication requirements in relation to a modification notice (paragraph 10).

209.The parties and third parties are given the opportunity to make representations to the Authority on an application and any modifications to it.

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