If an inspector1 has reasonable grounds to believe that a fertiliser2 designated as an EC fertiliser3 is one in relation to which an offence4 has been committed he may give to the person whom he considers to be in charge of the fertiliser a notice5 requiring him to take action, specified in the notice6, to ensure that the fertiliser is removed from the market, and not placed on the market7 again until it can be so placed without an offence being committed8. Any person who fails to comply with such a notice is guilty of an offence
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