Local Government (Charges) Act 2009

15.

Payment to town councils.

15.— (1) A county council shall, each year, make a payment to each town council F27 [ within the administrative area of the county council ], and such payment shall be calculated having regard to—

( a) the income from the charge and any associated late payment fees collected in respect of residential properties in the administrative area of the town council concerned, and

( b) the costs incurred by the said county council in connection with the collecting of the said income.

(2) In this section—

“administrative area”, in relation to a town council, means the area which continues to stand established under section 10 of the Act of 2001 for the purposes of local government in respect of that town council;

“town council” means a body having charge of a local government area referred to in section 10(3) of, and set out in Part 1 of Schedule 6 to, the Act of 2001.

Annotations:

Amendments:

F27

Substituted (1.01.2012) by Local Government (Household Charge) Act 2011 (36/2011), s.19(1)(o), in effect as per s. 19(3)

F28

Repealed (1.01.2015) by Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014), s. 73(1)(c), subject to subs. (2), commenced as per s. 73(1)(c).

Modifications (not altering text):

C6

Prospective affecting provision: section repealed (1.01.2015) by Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014), ss. 73(1)(c), subject to subs. (2), commenced as per s. 73(1)(c).

15.— F28 [ ]

C7

C7

References to “county council”, “town council” and “administrative area of a county council” construed (1.06.2014) by Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014), ss. 9(2), (3) and 25(2), S.I. No. 214 of 2014.

Cesser and amalgamation of certain local government areas

9.— ...

(2) Except where otherwise provided for by this Act, a reference, however expressed, in any enactment—

(a) to a county council or a city council (including a reference construed by section 3(2) of, and Schedule 2 to, the Principal Act as a reference to a county council or to a city council, as the case may be) shall, if the context permits, be read as a reference to a county council, a city council or a city and county council, and

(b) to a county council and a city council (including a reference so construed) shall, if the context permits, be read as a reference to a county council, a city council and a city and county council.

(3) Except where otherwise provided for by this Act, a reference, however expressed, in any enactment—

(a) to the administrative area of a county council or the administrative area of a city council shall, if the context permits, be read as a reference to the administrative area of a county council, the administrative area of a city council or the administrative area of a city and county council, and

(b) to the administrative area of a county council and the administrative area of a city council shall, if the context permits, be read as a reference to the administrative area of a county council, the administrative area of a city council and the administrative area of a city and county council.

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Dissolution of town councils — consequential provisions

25.— ...

(2) A function of a town council (including a reference construed by section 3(2) of, and Schedule 2 to, the Principal Act as a reference to a town council and whether of general application to town councils or otherwise under an enactment) that—

(a) has not been repealed or otherwise provided for by this Act, or

(b) is neither spent nor obsolete,

shall, if the context permits in respect of one or more than one town council concerned, be read as a reference to a function of the local authority in whose administrative area the town council so dissolved is situated.

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