(1) A domestic enforcer 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 power.
(2) A domestic enforcer may exercise any power in paragraphs 21 to 26 and 31 to 34 for the purpose of ascertaining compliance with the enforcer's legislation.
(3) A domestic enforcer may exercise the power in paragraph 27 (power to require the production of documents) for either of the following purposes—
(a) subject to sub-paragraph (4), to ascertain compliance with the enforcer's legislation;
(b) to ascertain whether the documents may be required as evidence in proceedings for a breach of, or under, the enforcer's legislation.
(4) A domestic enforcer may exercise the power in paragraph 27 for the purpose mentioned in sub-paragraph (3)(a) only if an officer of the enforcer reasonably suspects a breach of the enforcer's legislation, unless—
(a) the power is being exercised in relation to a document that the trader is required to keep by virtue of a provision of the enforcer's legislation, or
(b) the enforcer is a market surveillance authority within the meaning of Article 2(18) of the Regulation on Accreditation and Market Surveillance and the power is exercised for the purpose of market surveillance within the meaning of Article 2(17) of that Regulation.
(5) A domestic enforcer may exercise the power in paragraph 28 (power to seize and detain goods) in relation to—
(a) goods which an officer of the enforcer reasonably suspects may disclose (by means
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