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(1) The conditions of recognition that Ofqual may impose under section 132(3)(d) include in particular—
(a) fee capping conditions;
(b) entry and inspection conditions.
(2) Fee capping conditions are conditions limiting the amount of a fee chargeable by a recognised body for—
(a) the award or authentication of a qualification in respect of which the body is recognised, or
(b) the provision of any other service in relation to such a qualification.
(3) Entry and inspection conditions are conditions requiring permission to enter premises for the purposes of inspecting and copying documents so far as necessary for Ofqual—
(a) to satisfy itself that the appropriate standards are being maintained by a recognised body in relation to the award or authentication of any qualification in respect of which the body is recognised, or
(b) to determine whether to impose a fee capping condition and, if so, what that condition should be.
To be appointed: see s 269(4).
This section does not extend to Scotland: see s 268(1), (3).