Every enforcing authority1 may appoint as inspectors2 (under whatever title it may from time to time determine) such persons having suitable qualifications as it thinks necessary for carrying into effect the relevant statutory provisions within its field of responsibility3, and may terminate any appointment so made4. Every such appointment must be made by an instrument in writing5 specifying which of the powers conferred on inspectors by the relevant statutory provisions are to be exercisable by the person appointed6; and an inspector in right of such appointment is: (1) entitled
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