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Care Act 2014


569.Paragraph 19 provides that the Secretary of State must pay HEE the amount allotted for meeting HEE’s expenditure. Sub-paragraph (2) provides that an amount will be regarded as allotted once HEE is notified of the amount. The payment is subject to such conditions relating to records, certificates or otherwise as the Secretary of State requires.

570.Sub-paragraph (3) states that the Secretary of State is able to increase or decrease the allotted amount if HEE agrees to the change, there is a parliamentary general election, or the Secretary of State considers that there are exceptional circumstances which make an increase or a decrease necessary. Such exceptional circumstances might include a severe disease outbreak or unpredictable and substantial damage to infrastructure.

571.Sub-paragraph (4) provides that the Secretary of State may direct HEE in respect of HEE’s payments to it in respect of charges or other amounts relating to the valuation and disposal of assets.

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