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The Council Tax (Administration and Enforcement) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1996

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Regulation 28A of the principal Regulations

18.  After regulation 28, there shall be inserted the following regulation:—

Matters not to be shown on demand notices

28A.  No demand notice shall contain, or refer to, arrangements for any payment other than—

(a)the payment of any council tax;

(b)the payment of any council tax benefit in pursuance of Part VII of the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992(1); or

(c)the payment of any charges due to the levying authority by virtue of section 79 of the 1994 Act..

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