(1) An enforcer of a kind mentioned in this paragraph may exercise a power in this Part of this Schedule only for the purposes and in the circumstances mentioned in this paragraph in relation to that kind of enforcer.
(2) The Competition and Markets Authority may exercise the powers in this Part of this Schedule for any of the following purposes—
(a) to enable the Authority to exercise or to consider whether to exercise any function it has under Part 8 of the Enterprise Act 2002;
(b) to enable a private designated enforcer to consider whether to exercise any function it has under that Part;
(c) to enable a Community enforcer to consider whether to exercise any function it has under that Part;
(d) to ascertain whether a person has complied with or is complying with [an enforcement order, an interim enforcement order, an online interface order or an interim online interface order];
(e) to ascertain whether a person has complied with or is complying with an undertaking given under section 217(9), 218(10) or 219 of the Enterprise Act 2002.
(3) A public designated enforcer, a local weights and measures authority in Great Britain, the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment in Northern Ireland or an EU enforcer [a Schedule 13 enforcer] other than the Competition and Markets Authority may exercise the powers in this Part of this Schedule for any of the following purposes—
(a) to enable that enforcer to exercise or to consider whether to exercise any function it has under Part
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