14Advertising permitted without authorisationS
(1)The advertising regulations may prescribe, or provide criteria for determining, circumstances in which advertising which would otherwise constitute an advertising offence is permitted without authorisation.
(2)Advertising without authorisation may, for example, be permitted by reference to—
(a)the person who is advertising,
(b)the nature of the advertising,
(c)the purpose of the advertising, or
(d)the circumstances of its display.
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