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99.—(1) Where interest is payable by the assisted person pursuant to the provisions of regulations 96, 97 or 98, such interest shall continue to accrue until the sum referred to in regulation 96(3)(b) or regulation 97(4), as the case may be, is paid and the Board shall not seek to recover interest until such payment is made.
(2) The Board may take such steps as may be necessary to enforce, give effect to or terminate any agreement made under regulation 96, 97 or 98.
(3) Nothing in regulations 96 to 99 shall prevent the assisted person from making interim payments of interest or capital in respect of any sum referred to in regulation 96(3)(b) or 97(4), whether such payments are made at regular intervals or not, and any such payment of capital shall reduce those sums accordingly except that no interim payment shall be used to reduce any such sum while interest on that sum remains outstanding.
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