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London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Act 2006

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Introductory

    1. 1.Interpretation of principal terms

    2. 2.Alteration of Olympic documents

  3. The Olympic Delivery Authority

    1. 3.Establishment

    2. 4.General functions

    3. 5.Planning

    4. 6.Security

    5. 7.Street lighting and cleaning

    6. 8.Transfer schemes

    7. 9.Dissolution

  4. Transport

    1. 10.Olympic Transport Plan

    2. 11.Olympic Route Network

    3. 12.Co-operation

    4. 13.Functions affecting London Olympics

    5. 14.Traffic regulation orders

    6. 15.Traffic regulation orders: enforcement

    7. 16.Road closures

    8. 17.Office of Rail Regulation

    9. 18.Interpretation

  5. Advertising

    1. 19.Advertising regulations

    2. 20.Regulations: supplemental

    3. 21.Offence

    4. 22.Enforcement: power of entry

    5. 23.Role of Olympic Delivery Authority

    6. 24.Local planning authorities

  6. Trading

    1. 25.Street trading, &c.

    2. 26.Section 25: supplemental

    3. 27.Offence

    4. 28.Enforcement: power of entry

    5. 29.Role of Olympic Delivery Authority

    6. 30.Other authorities

    7. 31.Sale of tickets

  7. Miscellaneous

    1. 32.Olympic Symbol etc. (Protection) Act 1995

    2. 33.London Olympics association right

    3. 34.Greater London Authority: powers

    4. 35.Section 34: supplemental

    5. 36.Regional development agencies

  8. General

    1. 37.Scotland

    2. 38.Northern Ireland

    3. 39.Offences: arrest

    4. 40.Commencement and duration

    5. 41.Extent and application

    6. 42.Short title

  9. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      The Olympic Delivery Authority

      1. Part 1 Constitution

        1. 1.Membership

        2. 2.Tenure

        3. 3.The Chairman or another member of the Authority may resign...

        4. 4.The Chairman or another member of the Authority may be...

        5. 5.A person who ceases, otherwise than by virtue of paragraph...

        6. 6.Staff

        7. 7.(1) The Authority shall appoint a finance director.

        8. 8.(1) The Authority shall appoint a director of transport.

        9. 9.The Authority may appoint other staff.

        10. 10.Committees

        11. 11.(1) A committee of the Authority may establish a sub-committee....

        12. 12.Status

        13. 13.Supervision

        14. 14.Disqualification

        15. 15.In Part III of Schedule 1 to the Northern Ireland...

      2. Part 2 Proceedings

        1. 16.Delegation

        2. 17.Where a function is delegated to a committee, the committee...

        3. 18.Secretary of State: guidance and directions

        4. 19.Self-regulation

        5. 20.Conflict of interests

        6. 21.Non-discrimination

        7. 22.Records

        8. 23.In Part VI of Schedule 1 to the Freedom of...

        9. 24.Annual report

        10. 25.Saving

      3. Part 3 Money

        1. 26.Income

        2. 27.The Authority may accept gifts.

        3. 28.Remuneration, &c.

        4. 29.(1) The Authority may pay sums to or in respect...

        5. 30.Other payments

        6. 31.Investment

        7. 32.Accounts

        8. 33.Financial year

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Transfer Schemes

      1. 1.Introduction

      2. 2.Obligation to assist Secretary of State

      3. 3.Content of transfer scheme

      4. 4.A transfer scheme— (a) may transfer property, rights or liabilities...

      5. 5.In specifying property, rights or liabilities to be transferred a...

      6. 6.A transfer scheme may make provision— (a) for the resolution...

      7. 7.A transfer scheme may make consequential, incidental or transitional provision...

      8. 8.Exclusions

      9. 9.Nothing in a transfer scheme relating to rights in connection...

      10. 10.Modification of scheme

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Olympic Symbol Protection

      1. 1.Introduction

      2. 2.Olympics association right: proprietor

      3. 3.Words similar to protected words

      4. 4.Olympics association right: limitations

      5. 5.At the end of section 5 (Olympics association right: power...

      6. 6.The Paralympics

      7. 7.In section 18(1) (interpretation) after the definition of “Olympic symbol”...

      8. 8.For section 18(2) (protected words) substitute— (2) For the purposes...

      9. 9.At the end of section 18 add—

      10. 10.Infringement

      11. 11.Penalties

      12. 12.Enforcement

      13. 13.After section 8A (inserted by paragraph 12 above) insert— Arrest...

      14. 14.After section 12 (forfeiture) insert— Detention by Revenue and Customs...

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      London Olympics Association Right

      1. 1.The right

      2. 2.Infringement: general

      3. 3.Infringement: specific expressions

      4. 4.Authorised use

      5. 5.(1) The London Organising Committee shall maintain a register of...

      6. 6.Infringement: other exceptions

      7. 7.The London Olympics association right is not infringed by—

      8. 8.(1) The London Olympics association right is not infringed by...

      9. 9.The London Olympics association right is not infringed by the...

      10. 10.Application of Olympic Symbol etc. (Protection) Act 1995

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