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(1)For the purposes of section 1(5)(b) an arrangement is confirmed in accordance with this section if the following two conditions are met.
(2)The first condition is that the relevant energy supplier notifies the bill payer—
(a)that payments for the energy efficiency improvements to the property are to be included in the energy bills for the property from the date specified in the notification, and
(b)of the amounts of those payments and the period for which they are to be made.
(3)The date mentioned in subsection (2)(a) must not fall earlier than the end of the period specified in the framework regulations.
(4)The second condition is that, as soon as practicable after the improvements have been installed, the green deal provider takes one or more of the following actions as required by the framework regulations in the circumstances—
(a)producing a document containing such information in connection with the plan as is specified in the regulations in the form so specified,
(b)securing that a document of a description specified in the regulations is produced, or
(c)securing that a document of such a description is updated.
(5)The reference in this section to securing that a document is updated includes a reference to securing that a document is replaced by a document of the same description.
(6)Sections 9 and 10 make further provision in relation to the second condition.
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