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Communications Act 2003

Section 191: OFCOM’s power to require information in connection with dispute

414.This section gives OFCOM powers to require parties to disputes and other persons to provide them with information that enables OFCOM to:

  • decide whether they should handle a dispute;

  • determine whether they need to consult the regulatory authorities of other member States; and

  • consider and determine a dispute.

415.Information requested by OFCOM must be provided within the period specified by OFCOM. Requests for information under this section may be enforced by OFCOM using the procedure set out in sections 138 to 144. This section implements Article 5 and 21 of the Framework Directive.

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