(1) In this Schedule “the enforcer's legislation”, in relation to a domestic enforcer, means—
(a) legislation or notices which, by virtue of a provision listed in paragraph 10, the domestic enforcer has a duty or power to enforce, and
(b) where the domestic enforcer is listed in an entry in the first column of the table in paragraph 11, the legislation listed in the corresponding entry in the second column of that table.
(2) References in this Schedule to a breach of or compliance with the enforcer's legislation include a breach of or compliance with a notice issued under—
(a) the enforcer's legislation, or
(b) legislation under which the enforcer's legislation is made.
(3) References in this Schedule to a breach of or compliance with the enforcer's legislation are to be read, in relation to the [Lifts Regulations 2016 (SI 2016/1093)], as references to a breach of or compliance with the Regulations as they apply to [lifts for private use and consumption and safety components for such lifts].
The duties and powers mentioned in paragraph 9(1)(a) are those arising under any of the following provisions—
section 26(1) or 40(1)(b) of the Trade Descriptions Act 1968 (including as applied by regulation 8(3) of the Crystal Glass (Descriptions) Regulations 1973 (SI 1973/1952) and regulation 10(2) of the Footwear (Indication of Composition) Labelling Regulations 1995 (SI 1995/2489));
section 9(1) or (6) of the Hallmarking Act 1973;
paragraph 6 of the Schedule to the Prices Act 1974 (including as read with paragraph 14(1) of that Schedule);
section 161(1) of the
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