A person commits an offence if without reasonable excuse he fails to comply with a requirement of the regulations relating to records1. A person commits an offence if he is in possession of information provided to him or obtained by him under the regulations and he discloses the information otherwise than2:
(1) with the consent of the person by whom it was provided or from whom it was obtained3;
(2) for the purposes of the regulations4;
(3) for the purposes of any proceedings arising out of the provisions relating to charges for
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