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Energy Act 2008

Restricting or withdrawing the application

210.Under paragraph 11, the applicant and the non-applicant party may jointly withdraw an application in whole or in part. This situation may typically arise if the parties have successfully negotiated the transfer of property, rights and liabilities before a property scheme has been made. If this is done, the Authority may require the applicant or the non-applicant party to pay costs incurred by either the Authority or any third party in connection with the application.

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