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71.—(1) The amount of CIL payable in respect of a chargeable development (D) is due in full on the intended commencement date if—
(a)nobody has assumed liability to pay CIL in respect of D;
(b)the collecting authority has received a commencement notice in respect of D; and
(c)the collecting authority has not determined a deemed commencement date for D.
(2) Where the collecting authority determines a deemed commencement for a chargeable development, the amount of CIL payable in respect of that chargeable development is due in full on the deemed commencement date.
(3) Where the collecting authority transfers liability to pay an amount to the owners of the relevant land(1), payment of that amount is due in full immediately.
(4) Where a person is liable to pay an amount as a result of a disqualifying event, payment of that amount is due in full—
(a)at the end of the period of seven days beginning with the day on which a demand notice requiring payment of the amount is issued, if the collecting authority receives notification of the disqualifying event; or
(b)immediately, if the collecting authority does not receive notification of the disqualifying event.
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