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Following on from Beeper's recent question ... the customer to have the statutory right to pay by instalments over ten months, April to January inclusive.
Almost every local council Website I've looked at says about it but none give the details
Supplement from 03/18/2008 01:33pm:
Don't know what happened there, this was the question ~

Following on from Beeper's recent question ... what legislation is it that says "the customer has the statutory right to pay Council Tax by instalments over ten months, April to January inclusive"?

Supplement from 03/18/2008 05:28pm:
“The regulations prescribe that the statutory instalment scheme is over 10 months”. Mendip Council
http://www.mendip.gov.uk/CouncilS ervice.asp?id=SX9452-A7815FB4 copy

“Council Tax legislation allows for the customer to have the statutory right to pay by instalments over ten months”. Poole Council
http://www.poole.gov.uk/go.php?st ructureID=U4640594a1a478&ref= S47CC195559FD4 copy

“… council Tax is due for a period of 12 months. However the Government require councils to collect the tax over 10 months from April to January of the following year”. Waverley Council.
http://www.waverley.gov.uk/counci ltax/faqs.asp#faq_no438 copy

“Council Tax law requires council tax to be paid over 10 months and this is known as the statutory instalment profile”. Coventry Council
http://cmis.coventry.gov.uk/CMISW ebPublic/Binary.ashx?Document=100 14 copy

asked in legislation, Council Tax



moonzero2 answers:

I have neverheard of this legislation, i thought itwas just a way provided by councils to spread the cost over the year.

The amount it now hevean knows we need it!


Supplement from 03/18/2008 02:41pm:

that should of course be heaven, the knicker elastic keyboard strikes again.


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