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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The Green Deal Framework (Disclosure, Acknowledgment, Redress etc.) Regulations 2012 No. 2079
52.—(1) The Secretary of State must not impose a sanction under this Part unless—
(a)an eligible complaint is referred to the Secretary of State in accordance with regulation 59;
(b)a complaint is made to the Secretary of State under regulation 60; or
(c)information is received by the Secretary of State from—
(i)a person specified in paragraph (3); or
(ii)an authorised person,
in respect of a matter described in paragraph (2).
(2) A matter referred to in paragraph (1) is any of the following—
(a)an improver has breached the consent provision;
(b)a notifier has breached the disclosure and acknowledgment provisions;
(c)an authorised person has breached the relevant requirements;
(d)a relevant person has failed to take a consumer credit modifying step.
(3) The persons specified for the purpose of paragraph (1)(c) are—
(a)the Office of Fair Trading;
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