If the Secretary of State1 has grounds to suspect that an object is a prohibited munition2, and it does not appear to him that the only persons in possession of the object (assuming it is a prohibited munition) are persons who, if charged with an offence of possessing a prohibited munition3, would have a defence of enabling destruction or use for permitted purposes4, he may serve5 a notice on: (1) any person who appears to him to have possession of the object, or (2) any other person who appears to
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