—(1) The Authority may conduct such investigation as it considers necessary or expedient for all or any of the following purposes:
to perform any of the Authority’s functions and duties under this Act;
to determine the truth or otherwise of an alleged or suspected contravention of any provision of this Act or any direction issued under this Act.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the Authority may, in writing, require any person named therein to provide information or to produce books, accounts, records and other documents, whether in electronic, print or other form, relating to any matter under investigation, and such person shall immediately comply with that requirement.
(3) Nothing in this Part shall compel the production by an advocate and solicitor of a document or other material containing privileged communication made by or to him in that capacity or permit the taking of any such document or other material which is in his possession.
(4) If an advocate and solicitor refuses toproduce the document or other material referred to in subsection (3), he shall nevertheless be obliged to give the name and address (if he knows them) of the person to whom, or by or on behalf of whom, that communication was made.