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81. In section 138 (notification of contravention of information requirements)—
(a)in subsection (2), omit “and” before paragraph (c) and for paragraph (c) substitute—
“(c)specifies the period during which the person notified has an opportunity to make representations;
(d)specifies the information to be provided by the person to OFCOM in order to comply with a requirement under section 135 or 136;
(e)specifies any penalty which OFCOM are minded to impose in accordance with section 139; and
(f)where the contravention is serious, specifies any direction which OFCOM are minded to give under section 140.”,
(b)omit subsections (3) to (7) and (10), and
(c)after subsection (9) insert—
“(9A) OFCOM may not give a person a notification under this section in respect of a contravention of a requirement imposed under section 135(3)(ig) if the information required was previously provided by the person to OFCOM within the period of 6 months ending with the day on which the requirement was imposed.”
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