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(1)Domestic energy efficiency regulations may, in particular, include provision about—
(a)the period within which improvements required by the regulations must be started or completed;
(b)exemptions from any requirement imposed by or under the regulations;
(c)evidence relating to any requirement imposed by or under the regulations.
(2)Provision falling within subsection (1)(b) includes, in particular, provision about exemptions—
(a)relating to any necessary permissions or consents;
(b)relating to the likely negative impact on the value of a property of complying with a requirement imposed by or under the regulations.
(3)Provision falling within subsection (1)(c) includes, in particular, provision about evidence for the purpose of demonstrating—
(a)an exemption from a requirement imposed by or under the regulations;
(b)that a property is not one in relation to which the regulations have effect;
(c)that the improvements required by or under the regulations are not relevant energy efficiency improvements within the meaning given by the regulations.
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