If the Secretary of State1 thinks it expedient for securing compliance with the provisions2 prohibiting trading with the enemy3, he may by written order authorise an inspector to inspect any books and documents belonging to or under the control of a named person, and to require him and any other person to give information as to the business carried on4 by the named person, and to enter any premises used for that business5. On the inspector's report, the Secretary of State, if it appears expedient for the above purpose to ensure that the business should be subject to supervision,
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