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(1)The relevant persons for the purposes of consultation on the proposal in an initial prospectus are—
(a)each person who will be liable to pay the BRS;
(b)each lower-tier authority in relation to the levying authority;
(c)such other persons as the levying authority thinks appropriate.
(2)A person is to be regarded for the purposes of subsection (1)(a) as a person who will be liable to pay a BRS if the levying authority thinks that the person will be liable to pay a chargeable amount for the first day of the chargeable period of the BRS.
(3)A person is also to be regarded for the purposes of subsection (1)(a) as a person who will be liable to pay a BRS if the levying authority thinks that the person would, but for section 13(7) or (8), be liable to pay a chargeable amount for the first day of the chargeable period of the BRS.
(4)A person is also to be regarded for the purposes of subsection (1)(a) as a person who will be liable to pay a BRS if the levying authority thinks that the person—
(a)would, but for section 15 or 16, be liable to pay a chargeable amount for the first day of the chargeable period of the BRS, and
(b)will be liable to pay a chargeable amount before the end of that period.
(5)For the purposes of subsection (1)(c), a levying authority must, in particular, think whether it would be appropriate to consult persons who the authority thinks might become liable to pay a chargeable amount before the end of the chargeable period of the BRS.
(6)The levying authority must publish a revised version of an initial prospectus if, in the light of the consultation on the proposal in the prospectus, the authority thinks that it is necessary or appropriate to do so.
(7)A reference in section 5 to an initial prospectus includes a reference to an initial prospectus revised under subsection (6) of this section.
(8)A reference in subsection (2), (3) or (4) to a chargeable amount does not include a reference to a chargeable amount of zero.
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