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(1)Section 27 of the Consumer Protection Act 1987 (enforcement authorities), apart from subsection (1)(b), applies in relation to fireworks regulations as to regulations under section 11 of that Act.
(2)The following provisions of that Act—
(a)section 28(1)(a) and (2) to (4) (test purchases), apart from the references to forfeiture and suspension notices,
(b)section 29(1) to (5), (6)(a) and (7) and section 30(1) to (9) (powers of search etc.), apart from the references to forfeiture and suspension notices,
(c)section 32 (obstruction of officer),
(d)section 33 (appeals against detention), apart from subsections (2)(a)(ii) and (3)(a)(ii),
(e)section 34 (compensation for seizure and detention),
(f)section 35 (recovery of enforcement expenses), apart from subsections (1)(b) and (2)(b),
(g)section 37 (disclosure of information by Customs and Excise),
(h)section 41 (civil proceedings), and
(i)section 44 (service of documents),
apply in relation to fireworks regulations as to regulations under section 11 of that Act.
(3)In Schedules 14 and 15 to the Enterprise Act 2002 (c. 40) (disclosure of information), insert at the appropriate place—
“Fireworks Act 2003.”.
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