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(1)The Secretary of State may make regulations—
(a)for the purpose of securing compliance with the obligations set out in section 12 or 14 or imposed by virtue of regulations under section 13 or 15;
(b)as to the consequences of non-compliance with the obligations.
(2)The regulations may, in particular, include provision—
(a)as to sanctions for non-compliance with the obligations (including the imposition of a civil penalty);
(b)enabling the Secretary of State to require a green deal provider to suspend or cancel the liability of a bill payer to make payments under a green deal plan;
(c)enabling the Secretary of State to require a green deal provider to refund any such payments that have already been made;
(d)enabling the Secretary of State to require a seller, a prospective landlord or licensor or another person to pay compensation to a green deal provider in respect of any such suspension, cancellation or refund.
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