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Gorchymyn y Dreth Gyngor ac Ardrethu Annomestig (Cyfathrebiadau Electronig) (Cymru) 2009

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1.—(1Enw'r Gorchymyn hwn yw Gorchymyn y Dreth Gyngor ac Ardrethu Annomestig (Cyfathrebiadau Electronig) (Cymru) 2009 a daw i rym ar 31 Hydref 2009.

(2Mae'r Gorchymyn hwn yn gymwys o ran Cymru.

Diwygio Rheoliadau Ardrethu Annomestig (Casglu a Gorfodi) (Rhestri Lleol) 1989

2.  Diwygir Rheoliadau Ardrethu Annomestig (Casglu a Gorfodi) (Rhestri Lleol) 1989(1) yn unol ag erthyglau 3 a 4 isod.

3.  Yn rheoliad 1 (enwi, cychwyn a dehongli) ym mharagraff (2)—

(a)ar ôl y geiriau “In these Regulations” mewnosoder “–”;

(b)ar ôl y diffiniad o “the Act” mewnosoder—

  • “address” in relation to electronic communications, includes any number or address used for the purposes of such communications;

  • “business day” means any day except a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Day, Good Friday or a day which is a bank holiday under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971(2) in England and Wales;

  • “demand notice regulations” means the Non-Domestic Rating (Demand Notices) (Wales) Regulations 1993(3);

  • “electronic communication” means a communication transmitted (whether from one person to another, from one device to another or from a person to a device or vice versa)—

    (a)

    by means of an electronic communications network within the meaning of section 32(1) of the Communications Act 2003(4);

    (b)

    by other means but while in an electronic form..

4.—(1Diwygir rheoliad 2 (cyflwyno hysbysiadau) fel a ganlyn.

(2Ar ôl paragraff (2) mewnosoder—

(3) Without prejudice to section 233 of the Local Government Act 1972(5) and paragraphs (1) and (2) above and subject to paragraphs (4) to (7) below, any notice required or authorised to be given to or served by a billing authority on any person by a provision of Part II of these Regulations or by Regulation 11, or any information required by the demand notice regulations to be supplied to any person when a demand notice (within the meaning of Part II of these Regulations) is served:

(a)may be so given, served or supplied by sending the notice or information to that person by electronic communication to such address as may be notified by that person for that purpose; or

(b)is treated as given, served or supplied to that person where—

(i)the billing authority and that person have agreed for that purpose that any documents containing the notice or information may be accessed by that person on a website;

(ii)the document is a document to which that agreement applies;

(iii)the billing authority has published the document on a website; and

(iv)that person is notified, in a manner for the time being agreed for those purposes between that person and the billing authority, of—

(aa)the publication of the document on a website;

(bb)the address of that website; and

(cc)the place on the website where the document may be accessed.

(4) For the purpose of any legal proceedings, a notice given by a means described in paragraph (3), unless the contrary is proved, is treated as served on the second business day after—

(a)it was sent in accordance with paragraph (3)(a); or

(b)notification of its publication was given in accordance with paragraph (3)(b)(iv).

(5) A person who has notified an address for the purpose of paragraph (3)(a) must, by notice in writing to the billing authority, advise the billing authority of any change in that address; and the change takes effect on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the billing authority.

(6) A person who has notified an address for the purpose of paragraph (3)(a) may, by notice in writing to the billing authority, withdraw that notification; and the withdrawal takes effect on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the billing authority.

(7) A person who has entered into an agreement with the billing authority under paragraph (3)(b)(i) may, by notice in writing to the billing authority, inform the authority that they no longer wish to be a party to the agreement; and where such notice is given, the agreement is treated as revoked on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the billing authority..

Diwygio Rheoliadau Ardrethu Annomestig (Casglu a Gorfodi) ( Rhestri Canolog) 1989

5.  Diwygir Rheoliadau Ardrethu Annomestig (Casglu a Gorfodi) ( Rhestri Canolog) 1989(6) yn unol ag erthyglau 6 a 7.

6.  Yn rheoliad 2(1), mewnosoder y diffiniadau canlynol yn y mannau priodol—

(a)“address” in relation to electronic communications includes any number or address used for the purposes of such communications;;

(b)“business day” means any day except a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Day, Good Friday or a day which is a bank holiday under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971(7) in England and Wales;; and

(c)“electronic communication” means a communication transmitted (whether from one person to another, from one device to another or from a person to a device or vice versa)—

(a)by means of an electronic communications network within the meaning of section 32(1) of the Communications Act 2003(8);

(b)by other means but while in an electronic form;.

7.  Yn lle rheoliad 3 rhodder—

Service of notices

3.(1) Any notice required or authorised by these Regulations to be served on a person by the Welsh Ministers may be served—

(a)in the case of a body corporate, by addressing the notice or information to the secretary of the body and—

(i)delivering it to the secretary,

(ii)leaving it at or sending it by post to the secretary at the registered or principal office of the body, or

(iii)sending it to the secretary by electronic communication to such address as may be notified by the secretary for that purpose; and

(b)in any other case, by—

(i)delivering the notice or information to the person,

(ii)leaving it at or sending it by post to the person at that person’s last place of abode or an address given by that person at which service will be accepted, or

(iii)sending it to the person by electronic communication to such an address as may be notified by that person for that purpose.

(2) For the purpose of any legal proceedings, a notice given by the means described in paragraph (1)(a)(iii) or (b)(iii), unless the contrary is proved, is treated as served on the second business day after it was sent.

(3) A person who has notified an address for the purpose of paragraph (1)(a)(iii) or (b)(iii) must, by notice in writing to the Welsh Ministers, advise the Welsh Ministers of any change in that address; and the change takes effect on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the Welsh Ministers.

(4) A person who has notified an address for the purpose of paragraph (1)(a)(iii) or (b)(iii) may, by notice in writing to the Welsh Ministers, withdraw that notification; and the withdrawal takes effect on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the Welsh Ministers.

(5) Where a company registered outside the United Kingdom has an office in the United Kingdom, that office is treated for the purpose of paragraph (1)(a)(ii) as its principal office, and where it has more than one office in the United Kingdom its principal office in the United Kingdom is treated as its principal office for that purpose..

Diwygio Rheoliadau'r Dreth Gyngor (Gweinyddu a Gorfodi) 1992

8.  Diwygir Rheoliadau'r Dreth Gyngor (Gweinyddu a Gorfodi) 1992(9) yn unol ag erthyglau 9 a 10 isod.

9.—(1Diwygir rheoliad 1 (enwi, cychwyn a dehongli) fel a ganlyn.

(2Ym mharagraff (2) ar ôl y diffiniad o “the Act” mewnosoder—

  • “address” in relation to electronic communications includes any number or address used for the purposes of such communications;

  • “business day” means any day except a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Day, Good Friday or a day which is a bank holiday under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971(10) in England and Wales;

  • “electronic communication” means a communication transmitted (whether from one person to another, from one device to another or from a person to a device or vice versa)—

    (a)

    by means of an electronic communications network within the meaning of section 32(1) of the Communications Act 2003(11);

    (b)

    by other means but while in an electronic form;.

(3Ym mharagraff (2), yn y diffiniad o “demand notice regulations” ar ôl y geiriau “as is mentioned in paragraph 2(4)(e)” mewnosoder “or 2(4)(j)”.

10.—(1Diwygir rheoliad 2 (cyflwyno hysbysiadau) fel a ganlyn.

(2Ar ôl paragraff (3) mewnosoder—

(4) Without prejudice to section 233 of the Local Government Act 1972 and paragraphs (1), (2) and (3) above and subject to paragraphs (5) to (8) below, any notice required or authorised to be given to or served by a billing authority on any person by a provision of Part II, III or V of these Regulations or by Regulation 33, or any information required by the demand notice regulations to be supplied to any person when a demand notice (within the meaning of Part V of these Regulations) is served:

(a)may be so given, served or supplied by sending the notice or information to that person by electronic communication to such address as may be notified by that person for that purpose; or

(b)is to be treated as given, served or supplied to that person where—

(i)the billing authority and that person have agreed for that purpose that any document containing that notice or information may be accessed by that person on a website;

(ii)the document is a document to which that agreement applies;

(iii)the billing authority has published the document on a website; and

(iv)that person is notified, in a manner for the time being agreed for that purpose between that person and the billing authority, of—

(aa)the publication of the document on a website;

(bb)the address of that website; and

(cc)the place on the website where the document may be accessed.

(5) For the purpose of any legal proceedings, a notice given by a means described in paragraph (4), unless the contrary is proved, is treated as served on the second business day after—

(a)it was sent in accordance with paragraph (4)(a); or

(b)notification of its publication was given in accordance with paragraph (4)(b)(iv).

(6) A person who has notified an address for the purpose of paragraph (4)(a) must, by notice in writing to the billing authority, advise the billing authority of any change in that address; and the change takes effect on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the billing authority.

(7) A person who has notified an address for the purpose of paragraph (4)(a) may, by notice in writing to the billing authority, withdraw that notification; and the withdrawal takes effect on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the billing authority.

(8) A person who has entered into an agreement with the billing authority under paragraph (4)(b)(i) may, by notice in writing to the billing authority, inform the authority that they no longer wish to be party to the agreement; and where such notice is given, the agreement must be treated as revoked on the third business day after the date on which the notice is received by the billing authority..

Brian Gibbons

Y Gweinidog dros Gyfiawnder Cymdeithasol a Llywodraeth Leol, un o Weinidogion Cymru

1 Hydref 2009

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