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11. Section 102 of the 1999 Act has effect as if —
(a)in subsection (2)(1), paragraph (c) were omitted; and
(b)for subsection (8)(2) there were substituted the following subsection—
“(8) In this section—
(a)the reference to sums received for the financial year in respect of redistributed non-domestic rates is a reference to sums so received in consequence of the Local Government Finance Report (England) 2010/2011 approved by a resolution of the House of Commons pursuant to section 79(2) of, and paragraph 11(2) of Schedule 8 to, the Local Government Finance Act 1988 on 3rd February 2010, and
(b)the reference to sums received for the financial year in respect of revenue support grant is a reference to sums so received in consequence of that report.”.
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