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New Towns Act (Northern Ireland) 1965

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9(1)All rates which immediately before the date of transfer were due and payable to the transferor shall on and after that date be due and payable to and may be collected and recovered by or on behalf of the transferee in like manner as they could have been collected or recovered by or on behalf of the transferor if the transfer had not taken place.N.I.

(2)All rates which immediately before the date of transfer were accruing due to the transferor shall on and after that date accrue and be deemed always to have accrued due to the transferee, and when any such rate becomes due and payable it shall be due and payable to, and may be collected and recovered by or on behalf of the transferee in like manner as it could have been collected or recovered by or on behalf of the transferor if the transfer had not taken place.

(3)Every person who was employed by the transferor as rate collector immediately before the date of transfer shall, on and after that date, unless or until the transferee otherwise directs, collect and recover on behalf of the transferee all rates which immediately before the date of transfer were due and payable to, or were accruing due to the transferor and had been given in charge to him for collection.

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