It is an offence to trade or attempt to trade with the enemy1. On conviction on indictment2 or on summary conviction3 a person is liable to a penalty; and the court may order forfeiture of the goods4 or money in respect of which the offence has been committed5. Proceedings6 may be taken before the appropriate court in the United Kingdom7 having jurisdiction in the place where the offender is for the time being8. Any person who, for the purpose of obtaining any authority or sanction9 under the Trading with the Enemy Act 1939, or in giving any information for
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