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The Personal Community Charge (Reduction Scheme) (England) Regulations 1991

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21.  A charging authority may, for the purpose of considering whether any of Parts II to V of these Regulations applies to any person, by written notice request the person (and any person making an application for the purposes of Part IV on behalf of such a person) to furnish to the authority within such period, not being less than 21 days, as it may reasonably specify such information specified in the notice as it may reasonably request of that person to assist it in considering that question.


22.—(1) Where a charging authority makes a decision relating to the application or operation of these Regulations in relation to an individual, the authority shall if requested in writing by the person so affected, provide him with a written statement of its decision and the reasons for it; and any such statement shall be dated and shall be sent within 14 days from the date on which it is requested or as soon as is reasonably practicable thereafter.

(2) No appeal may be made to a valuation and community charge tribunal in respect of any decision of a charging authority relating solely to the application or operation of these Regulations: but a person aggrieved by such a decision may appeal to the Review Board established by the relevant charging authority under the Community Charge Benefits (General) Regulations 1989 (“the 1989 Regulations”).

Notice of appeal

23.  An appellant shall give notice of appeal in writing to the Review Board.

Procedure for appeals

24.—(1) Regulations 70(2) to (9) and 71(4) and (5) of the 1989 Regulations shall apply with the necessary modifications for the purposes of an appeal under these Regulations as they apply for the purposes of a further review.

(2) A charging authority shall comply with any decision of its Review Board.

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