A person is deemed to have traded with the enemy1 if he has any commercial, financial or other intercourse or dealings with or for the benefit2 of an enemy3, and in particular if he has supplied any goods to or for the benefit of an enemy, or obtained any goods4 from an enemy, or traded in, or carried, any goods consigned to or from an enemy or destined for or coming from enemy territory5, or has paid or transmitted any money, negotiable instrument or security for money to or for the benefit of an enemy or to a place
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