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The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010

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Demand notice

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69.—(1) The collecting authority must serve a demand notice on each person liable to pay an amount of CIL in respect of a chargeable development.

(2) A demand notice must—

(a)be issued on a form published by the Secretary of State (or a form to substantially the same effect);

(b)state the date on which it was issued;

(c)identify the liability notice to which it relates;

(d)state the intended commencement date or, where the collecting authority has determined a deemed commencement date, the deemed commencement date;

(e)state the amount payable by the person on whom the notice is served (including any surcharges imposed in respect of or interest applied to the amount) and the day on which payment of the amount is due;

(f)where the amount payable is to paid by way of instalments(1), state the amount of each instalment and the day on which payment of the instalment is due; and

(g)include the other information specified in the form.

(3) The collecting authority may at any time serve a revised demand notice on a person liable to pay an amount of CIL.

(4) The collecting authority must serve a revised demand notice on a person on whom it has served a demand notice if any of the particulars mentioned in paragraph (2)(d), (e) or (f) change (whether on appeal or otherwise).

(5) Where a collecting authority serves a demand notice on a person, any earlier demand notice served on that person in respect of the same chargeable development ceases to have effect.

(1)

See regulation 70.

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