Part 1 Basic Concepts
Part 1 Basic Concepts

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(1)     This Schedule confers investigatory powers on enforcers and specifies the purposes for which and the circumstances in which those powers may be exercised.

(2)     Part 1 of this Schedule contains interpretation provisions; in particular paragraphs 2 to 6 explain what is meant by an “enforcer”.

(3)     Part 2 of this Schedule explains what is meant by “the enforcer's legislation”.

(4)     Part 3 of this Schedule contains powers in relation to the production of information; paragraph 13 sets out which enforcers may exercise those powers, and the purposes for which they may do so.

(5)     Part 4 of this Schedule contains further powers; paragraphs 19 and 20 set out which enforcers may exercise those powers, and the purposes for which they may do so.

(6)     Part 5 of this Schedule contains provisions that are supplementary to the powers in Parts 3 and 4 of this Schedule.

(7)     Part 6 of this Schedule makes provision about the exercise of functions by certain enforcers outside their area or district and the bringing of proceedings in relation to conduct outside an enforcer's area or district.

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(1)     In this Schedule “enforcer” means—

(a)     a domestic enforcer,

(b)     an EU enforcer [a Schedule 13 enforcer],

(c)     a public designated enforcer, or

(d)     an unfair contract terms enforcer.

(2)     But in Part 4 and paragraphs 38 and 41 of this Schedule “enforcer” means—

(a)     a domestic enforcer, or

(b)     an EU enforcer [a Schedule 13 enforcer].

(3)     In paragraphs 13, 19 and 20 of this Schedule, a reference to an enforcer exercising a power includes a

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