[(1) In the case of a warning notice falling within subsection (1ZB)—
(a) neither the regulator giving the notice nor a person to whom it is given or copied may publish the notice,
(b) a person to whom the notice is given or copied may not publish any details concerning the notice unless the regulator giving the notice has published those details, and
(c) after consulting the persons to whom the notice is given or copied, the regulator giving the notice may publish such information about the matter to which the notice relates as it considers appropriate.
(1ZA) In the case of a warning notice not falling within subsection (1ZB), neither the regulator giving the notice nor a person to whom it is given or copied may publish the notice or any details concerning it.
(1ZB) A warning notice falls within this subsection if it is given under—
(a) section 63B;
(b) section 67;
(c) section 87M;
(d) section 88B;
(e) section 89K;
(f) section 89R;
(g) section 92;
(h) section 126;
(i) section 131H;
[(ia) section 142N;]
(j) section 192L;
(k) section 207;
(l) section 312G;
(m) section 345B (whether as a result of section 345(2) or 345A(3) or section 249(1)) [or 261K(1)].]
[(1A) A person to whom a decision notice is given or copied may not publish the notice or any details concerning it unless the [regulator giving the notice] has published the notice or those details.]
(2) A notice of discontinuance must state that, if the person to whom the notice is given consents, the [regulator giving the notice] may publish such information as
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