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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a Scottish Statutory Instrument: The London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Advertising and Trading) (Scotland) Regulations 2011 No. 458
15.—(1) Regulation 13 does not apply to trading activity undertaken in accordance with an authorisation granted by the Authority(1).
(2) Subject to these Regulations, the Authority has an absolute discretion in respect of each application for authorisation.
(3) The Authority must have regard to the provisions of the Host City Contract before granting an authorisation under this regulation
(4) An authorisation granted under this regulation is subject to the condition that any person who engages in trading activity in reliance on the authorisation hold any licence which, in addition to authorisation under this regulation, is required before the person may engage in trading activity (whether in a particular place or generally).
(5) In this regulation—
the Olympic Delivery Authority; or
a person to whom the function of granting authorisations for the purpose of this regulation is delegated by the Olympic Delivery Authority; and
“licence” includes any kind of consent, certificate, permission or authority (by whatever name) granted by a landowner, local authority or other person in accordance with any enactment, Charter or other document.
Under section 25(7) of the Act, an authorisation granted by the Authority under regulation 13 may be subject to terms and conditions.
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