If an inspector1 has reasonable grounds for believing that there is:
(1) a failure in connection with the carrying on of a retail pharmacy business at or from a registered pharmacy entered in the register2 to meet the standards that are set3 about the standards to be met4;
(2) a failure to comply with conditions to which the entry of a registered pharmacy entered in the register5 is subject by virtue of provisions6 relating to conditional registration7; or
(3) a failure to comply with a requirement contained in any rules8,
the inspector may
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