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19In an initial prospectus—E+W
(a)a statement as to whether there is to be a ballot on the imposition of the BRS;
(b)if there is to be a ballot, a statement as to whether there is to be one by virtue of paragraph (a) or (b) of section 7(1);
(c)if there is to be a ballot by virtue of paragraph (b) of section 7(1), an explanation of why the authority thinks that there should be one;
(d)if there is not to be a ballot, an explanation of why the authority thinks that there should not be one.
20In a final prospectus—E+W
(a)a statement as to whether there was a ballot on the imposition of the BRS;
(b)if there was a ballot, a statement as to whether there was one by virtue of paragraph (a) or (b) of section 7(1);
(c)if there was a ballot by virtue of paragraph (b) of section 7(1), an explanation of why the authority thought that there should be one;
(d)if there was not a ballot, an explanation of why the authority thought that there should not be one.
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