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The Non-Domestic Rating (Alteration of Lists and Appeals) (Wales) Regulations 2005

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14.—(1) Subject to regulation 34, this regulation has effect in relation to alterations to a list compiled on or after 1 April 2005.

(2) Subject to paragraphs (3) to (7), where an alteration is made to correct any inaccuracy in the list on or after the day it is compiled, the alteration shall have effect from the day on which the circumstances giving rise to the alteration first occurred.

(3) Subject to paragraph (4), where an alteration is made to give effect to a completion notice, the alteration shall have effect from the day specified in the notice.

(4) Where under Schedule 4A to the Act a different day is—

(a)substituted by a different notice under paragraph 1(3) of that Schedule;

(b)agreed under paragraph 3 of that Schedule; or

(c)determined in pursuance of an appeal under paragraph 4 of that Schedule,

the alteration shall have effect from the day so substituted, agreed or determined.

(5) Where the day on which the relevant circumstances arose is not reasonably ascertainable —

(a)where the alteration is made in pursuance of a proposal, the alteration shall have effect from the day on which the proposal was served on the valuation officer; and

(b)in any other case, the alteration shall have effect from the day on which it is made.

(6) An alteration made to correct an inaccuracy (other than one which has arisen by reason of an error or default on the part of a ratepayer) —

(a)in the list on the day it was compiled; or

(b)which arose in the course of making a previous alteration in connection with the matters mentioned in the foregoing paragraphs,

which increases the rateable value shown in the list for the hereditament to which the inaccuracy relates, shall have effect from the day on which the alteration is made.

(7) Where an alteration falls to be made after the first anniversary of the day on which the next list is compiled it shall have retrospective effect only if it is made in pursuance of a proposal.

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