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2. (1) In these Regulations—
“advertising” means any form of representation which is made in connection with a trade, business, craft or profession in order to promote the supply or transfer of a product and “advertiser” shall be construed accordingly;
“code owner” means a trader or a body responsible for—
the formulation and revision of a code of conduct; or
monitoring compliance with the code by those who have undertaken to be bound by it;
“comparative advertising” means advertising which in any way, either explicitly or by implication, identifies a competitor or a product offered by a competitor;
“court”, in relation to England and Wales and Northern Ireland, means a county court or the High Court, and, in relation to Scotland, the sheriff or the Court of Session;
“enforcement authority” means the OFT, every local weights and measures authority in Great Britain (within the meaning of section 69 of the Weights and Measure Act 1985(1)) and the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment in Northern Ireland;
“goods” includes ships, aircraft, animals, things attached to land and growing crops;
“OFT” means the Office of Fair Trading;
“premises” includes any place and any stall, vehicle, ship or aircraft;
“product” means any goods or services and includes immovable property, rights and obligations;
“ship” includes any boat and any other description of vessel used in navigation; and
“trader” means any person who is acting for purposes relating to his trade, craft, business or profession and anyone acting in the name of or on behalf of a trader.
(2) In the application of these Regulations to Scotland for references to an “injunction” or an “interim injunction” there shall be substituted references to an “interdict” or an “interim interdict” respectively.
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