[F113B References under section 13: powers of investigationE+W+S+N.I.
[F2(1)The following sections of Part 3 of the Enterprise Act 2002 shall apply, with the modifications mentioned in subsections (2) and (3) below, for the purposes of references under section 13 above as they apply for the purposes of references under that Part—
(a)section 109 (attendance of witnesses and production of documents etc.);
(b)section 110 (enforcement of powers under section 109: general);
(c)section 111 (penalties);
(d)section 112 (penalties: main procedural requirements);
(e)section 113 (payments and interest by instalments);
(f)section 114 (appeals in relation to penalties);
(g)section 115 (recovery of penalties); and
(h)section 116 (statement of policy).
(2)Section 110 shall, in its application by virtue of subsection (1) above, have effect as if—
(a)subsection (2) were omitted; and
(b)in subsection (9) the words from “or section” to “section 65(3))” were omitted.
(3)Section 111(5)(b)(ii) shall, in its application by virtue of subsection (1) above, have effect as if—
(a)for the words “published (or, in the case of a report under section 50 or 65, given)” there were substituted “ made ”;
(b)for the words “published (or given)”, in both places where they appear, there were substituted “ made ”; and
(c)the words “by this Part” were omitted.
(4)Provisions of Part 3 of the Enterprise Act 2002 which have effect for the purposes of sections 109 to 116 of that Act (including, in particular, provisions relating to offences and the making of orders) shall, for the purposes of the application of those sections by virtue of subsection (1) above, have effect in relation to those sections as applied by virtue of that subsection.
(5)Accordingly, corresponding provisions of this Act shall not have effect in relation to those sections as applied by virtue of that subsection.]]
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