(1) If a client who receives a notice under section 106B considers that the notice was not, or has ceased to be, correct in a material particular, the client may, within 14 days after the day on which the notice is sent, or within any further period that the appropriate officer allows, ask that officer, in writing, to correct the notice.
(2) The client must specify the particular that is considered to be incorrect and set out the grounds on which the client considers that particular to be incorrect.
(3) The making of a request does not affect the liability of the client to pay any basic charge.
(4) The Agency must:
(a) as soon as practicable, consider the request to correct the notice; and
(b) notify the client of its decision; and
(c) if it is satisfied that a material particular in the notice was not, or has ceased to be, correct, give a further notice under subsection 106B(3).