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Riot Compensation Act 2016

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3Regulations about claims procedure

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(1)The Secretary of State must make regulations about the procedure for making a claim under section 1.

(2)The regulations may include provision about—

(a)the appropriate person to make a claim (in particular where more than one person has an interest in property that has been damaged, destroyed or stolen), and

(b)the circumstances in which a single claim must cover a number of different items or types of property.

(3)The regulations may also include provision about—

(a)the person to whom a claim must be addressed;

(b)the time period within which a claim must be made;

(c)the details and evidence that must be submitted by the claimant;

(d)the time period within which details and evidence must be submitted;

(e)the submission of new evidence relating to a claim already made or determined.

(4)Regulations under subsection (3)(b) or (3)(d) must provide that—

(a)the time period within which a claim may be made ends no earlier than 42 days from the date of the riot;

(b)the time period within which details and evidence must be submitted ends no earlier than 90 days from the date the claimant first made the claim.

(5)Regulations under subsection (3)(c) may include a requirement that any estimates of the cost of repairs are to be prepared by contractors approved by the Secretary of State or a local policing body.

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