Editor: Gary L Watson IRRV (Hons)
Rating Law and Practice is an authoritative and essential guide for practitioners working in (or simply have an interest in) Non-Domestic Rates. It is has been written to make the legislation easier to understand and explain the relevance of case law. The Chapters (which are supported by the relevant legislation and case law) within the publication are:
- Chapter 1: Administration of Non-Domestic Rates
- Chapter 2: Rating Lists
- Chapter 3: Payment of Interest
- Chapter 4: Exemptions
- Chapter 5: Occupied Rate
- Chapter 6: Unoccupied Rate
- Chapter 7: Transition
- Chapter 8: Small Bussiness Relief
- Chapter 9: Mandatory and Discretionary Relief
- Chapter 10: Part Occupied Hereditaments
- Chapter 11: Hardship Relief
- Chapter 12: Billing and Collection
- Chapter 13: Enforcement
- Chapter 14: Insolvency and Debt Administration
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