54 Disclosure to Commission: general
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Disclosure of information54Disclosure to Commission: general
(1) A relevant public authority may disclose information to the Commission if the disclosure is made for the purpose of enabling or assisting the Commission to discharge any of its functions.
(2) Subsection (1) is subject to section 55.
(3) In this section “relevant public authority” means—
(a) any government department (including a Northern Ireland department),
(b) any local authority,
(c) any constable, and
(d) any other body or person discharging functions of a public nature (including a body or person discharging regulatory functions in relation to any description of activities).
Specified date: 14 March 2012: see s 355.
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