Green Deal (Acknowledgment) (Scot) Regs 2012
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The Green Deal (Acknowledgment) (Scotland) Regulations 2012 came into force on 28 January
28 Jan 2013
Green deal - Scotland
The Green Deal (Acknowledgment) (Scotland) Regulations 2012, which apply in England and Wales, make provision for the requirement to secure an acknowledgment of a green deal plan where there is, or may be, a change of electricity bill payer at a green deal property.
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