Where a warning has been affixed to the object or to something in a conspicuous position near the object1, if at any time in the second six-month period2 the Secretary of State decides that the object should be destroyed3, it may be destroyed in accordance with the statutory provisions4. If at any time in the second six-month period the Secretary of State does decide that the object should be destroyed, and the object is on premises5 to which the public has access or which are occupied by a person who consents to action being taken, the Secretary of State
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