|346||Title:||TRADING WITH THE ENEMY ORDINANCE||Gazette Number:||71 of 1999|
|Section:||5||Heading:||Inspection and supervision of businesses||Version Date:||01/07/1997|
Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 71 of 1999 s. 3
(1) The Chief Executive, if he thinks it expedient for securing compliance with the provisions of section 4 so to do, may by order in writing appoint an inspector, for the purpose of this section and, by such order, authorize the inspector to inspect any books or documents belonging to, or under the control of, a person named in the order, and to require that person and any other person to give such information in his possession with respect to any business carried on by the named person as the inspector may demand, and for the purposes aforesaid to enter on any premises used for the purposes of that business. (Amended 71 of 1999 s. 3)
(2) If, on a report made by an inspector in respect of any business, it appears to the Chief Executive that it is expedient, for securing compliance with the provisions of section 4, that the business should be subject to supervision, the Chief Executive may appoint a supervisor to supervise the business, with such powers as the Chief Executive may determine. (Amended 71 of 1999 s. 3)
(3) Any person who, without reasonable cause, fails to produce for inspection, or furnish, to an inspector or a supervisor, any document or information which he is duly requested by the inspector or supervisor so to produce or furnish, shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine of one thousand dollars and to imprisonment for 6 months.
(4) Any person who, with intent to evade the provisions of this section, destroys, mutilates or defaces any book or other document which an inspector or a supervisor is or may be authorized under this section to inspect, shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable-