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The Non-Domestic Rating (Telecommunications Infrastructure Relief) (England) Regulations 2018

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7.—(1) The appropriate valuation officer must certify the proportion of rateable value which fall to be certified under these Regulations as soon as practicable after the circumstances calling for the certification come to the appropriate valuation officer’s attention (whether by virtue of an application by the ratepayer or otherwise).

(2) A certificate under these Regulations has effect for each day beginning with the date that the circumstances which led to the certification first arose.

(3) A certificate under these Regulations must specify the date on which the certificate takes effect in accordance with paragraph (2) or (4), as the case may be.

(4) Where, whether by reason of a decision of the Valuation Tribunal for England(1) or otherwise, the appropriate valuation officer forms the opinion that a certificate under these Regulations (other than such a certificate which has been confirmed on appeal) is inaccurate, the appropriate valuation officer must certify the proportion of rateable value which in the appropriate valuation officer’s opinion should be substituted for that originally certified.

(5) A certificate under paragraph (4) has effect in place of the previous certificate.

(6) The appropriate valuation officer certifying the proportion of rateable value in pursuance of these Regulations must send a copy of the certificate to—

(a)the billing authority in whose area the hereditament is situated, or, in so far as it relates to a liability under section 54 of the Act, the Secretary of State;

(b)the ratepayer; and

(c)any person who—

(i)is a ratepayer of another hereditament in respect of which a certificate under this Part has been issued; and

(ii)requests a copy.

(7) The copy of the certificate sent to a ratepayer under paragraph (6)(b) may be sent to—

(a)the ratepayer’s last known address; or

(b)the address of the hereditament.

(8) The copy of a certificate sent to a ratepayer under paragraph (6)(b) must be accompanied by—

(a)a statement of the effect of regulation 8, and

(b)for a value certified under paragraph (4), a statement as to the effect of paragraph (5).

(9) A certificate issued under these Regulations must be retained by the appropriate valuation officer who issued it.

(1)

Established by Part 1 of Schedule 11 to the Local Government Finance Act 1988.

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