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(1) An adopted charge may be made for development if the charge is—
(a) prescribed by regulation for the development; and
(b) no more than the maximum adopted charge for providing trunk infrastructure for the development.
(2) There may be different adopted charges for development in different parts of the local government’s area.
(3) Also, a charges resolution may—
(a) declare there is no adopted charge for all or part of the local government’s area; or
(b) include a provision (an
"automatic increase provision" ) that provides for automatic increases in levied charges from when they are levied to when they are paid.
(4) An automatic increase provision must state how increases under the provision are to be worked out.
(5) However, an automatic increase must not be more than the lesser of the following—
(a) the difference between—
(i) the levied charge; and
(ii) the maximum adopted charge that the local government could have levied for the development when the charge is paid;
(b) the increase worked out using the PPI, adjusted according to the 3-yearly PPI average, for the period—
(i) starting on the day the levied charge is levied; and
(ii) ending on the day the charge is paid.
(6) In this section—

"3-yearly PPI average" means the PPI adjusted according to the 3-year moving average quarterly percentage change between financial quarters.

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