A person is guilty of an offence if he sells any regulated produce1 in contravention of the statutory provisions governing the sale of such produce2 or, with intent to sell any such produce in circumstances such that the sale would contravene the statutory provisions governing the sale of such produce, he:
(1) offers or exposes produce for sale3; or
(2) not being the producer thereof, has produce in his possession for sale4; or
(3) being the producer thereof, consigns produce for sale5.
A person is guilty of an offence if, on behalf of the owner of any regulated produce:
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