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17.—(1) For the purposes of discharging its functions under these Regulations, the Agency may, by notice served on any person, require that person to provide, in such form and within such period as is specified in the notice, the information specified in the notice.
(2) A notice may require a person to provide any information where that requirement is reasonable, including the provision of information—
(a)not in the person’s possession; and
(b)which would not usually come into the person’s possession.
(3) Failure to comply with a notice without reasonable excuse is an offence.
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