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(1)The Commissioner may require any person—
(a)to give evidence on any matter within the terms of reference of an investigation; or
(b)to produce documents in the custody or control of that person which have a bearing on any such matter.
(2)The Commissioner may not impose such a requirement on any person whom the Parliament could not require, under section 23 of the Scotland Act, to attend its proceedings for the purpose of giving evidence or to produce documents.
(3)Schedule 2 makes further provision with respect to witnesses and documents and the sanctions for non-compliance with a requirement under this section.
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