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(1)Where a public authority, not being the receiving authority, incur expenditure in providing any water supply or sewerage service for the purposes of a town development scheme, they shall be entitled to recover an amount equal to that expenditure from the receiving authority only.
(2)Notwithstanding any enactment or agreement to a contrary effect any expenditure incurred as aforesaid and the rateable valuation of the area for which the supply or service is provided shall be disregarded for the purposes of any allocation (whether under any enactment or under any agreement) between authorities of the expenses of providing a supply or service of the kind in question.
(3)The Secretary of State may by order made by statutory instrument provide that this section shall cease to have effect in relation to any town development scheme or in relation to any supply or service provided for the purposes of any such scheme:
Provided that no order shall be made under this subsection without the consent of the receive authority and the public authority providing the supply or service in question.
(4)In this section “rateable valuation” in relation to any area has the same meaning as in the M1Valuation and Rating (Scotland) Act, 1956.
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