If a feed business operator1 is convicted of an offence under specified feed law2, the court may (or, depending on the circumstances, must) impose an appropriate prohibition3. If the court by, or before, which the operator is convicted thinks it proper to do so in all the circumstances of the case, it may, at its discretion, by order impose a prohibition on the operator participating in the management of any feed business4, or any feed business of a class or description specified in the order5. If, however, the court by or before which the operator is convicted is satisfied
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