OfcomA1 is the appropriate regulatory authority for all purposes of Part 4AA2 of the Communications Act 2003 in relation to the BBCA3.
Ofcom may designate any body corporate to be, to the extent provided by the designation2, the appropriate regulatory authority for the purposes of any provision of Part 4A of the Communications Act 20034. To the extent that no body is designated for a purpose, Ofcom is the appropriate regulatory authority for that purpose5. Where a body is designated for a purpose, Ofcom may act as the appropriate regulatory authority
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