If the Secretary of State has grounds to suspect that an object is a prohibited object1 and it does not appear to him that the only persons in possession of that object are persons whose possession of the object is prevented from amounting to an offence2, he may serve3 on any person who appears to the Secretary of State to have the object in his possession and any other person who appears to the Secretary of State to have an interest which the Secretary of State believes will be materially affected by the service of the notice4, a copy of a notice5 which:
(1) describes the object and states its location;
(2) states that the Secretary of State suspects that the object is a p
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