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7(1)In paragraph 6 of Schedule 15 to the 2000 Act (prohibition on accepting donations from impermissible donors), for paragraph (aa) of sub-paragraph (1) (inserted by Schedule 3 above) there is substituted—E+W+S+N.I.
“(aa)any declaration required to be made in respect of the donation by paragraph 6A or 6B has not been received by the permitted participant, or”.
(2)After paragraph 6A of that Schedule (inserted by Schedule 3 above) there is inserted—
6B(1)An individual making to a permitted participant a donation in relation to which the condition set out in section 54(2ZA) applies must give to the permitted participant a declaration stating whether or not the individual satisfies that condition.
(2)A declaration under this paragraph must also state the individual's full name and address.
(3)A person who knowingly or recklessly makes a false declaration under this paragraph commits an offence.
(4)The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision requiring a declaration under this paragraph to be retained for a specified period.”
8In paragraph 7 of that Schedule (acceptance or return of donations), after paragraph (a) of sub-paragraph (2) there is inserted—E+W+S+N.I.
“(aa)section 56(1A)(a) shall have effect as if the reference to a declaration under section 54B were construed as a reference to a declaration under paragraph 6B above; and”.
9In paragraph 9A of that Schedule (inserted by Schedule 3 above)—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)in the heading, after “paragraph 6A” there is inserted “ or 6B ”;
(b)at the end of that paragraph (which becomes sub-paragraph (1)) there is inserted—
“(2)In relation to each relevant donation falling with paragraph 10(2) in the case of which a declaration under paragraph 6B has been given, the statement must either—
(a)state that no reason was found for thinking that the declaration was incorrect, or
(b)give details of any respects in which the declaration was found or suspected to be incorrect.”
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