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36. In this Part—
“designated authority” means—
the OFT; and
in relation to credit unions in Northern Ireland, DETI;
“officer”, except in regulations 40(3), 41 and 47 means—
an officer of the Authority, including a member of the Authority’s staff or an agent of the Authority;
an officer of Revenue and Customs;
an officer of the OFT;
a relevant officer; or
an officer of DETI acting for the purposes of its functions under these Regulations in relation to credit unions in Northern Ireland;
“recorded information” includes information recorded in any form and any document of any nature;
“relevant officer” means—
in Great Britain, an officer of a local weights and measures authority;
in Northern Ireland, an officer of DETI acting pursuant to arrangements made with the OFT for the purposes of these Regulations.
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