Commission may issue a public warning notice
(1) The Commission may issue to the public a written notice containing a warning about the conduct of a person if:
(a) the Commission has reasonable grounds to suspect that the conduct may constitute:
(i) if the person is a corporation--a contravention of an applicable industry code by the corporation; or
(ii) in any case--a related contravention of an applicable industry code by the person; and
(b) the Commission is satisfied that one or more persons has suffered, or is likely to suffer, detriment as a result of the conduct; and
(c) the Commission is satisfied that it is in the public interest to issue the notice.
Notice is not a legislative instrument
(2) A notice issued under subsection (1) is not a legislative instrument.