4A. Inspection of wool

    (1) Where an inspector has reasonable grounds for suspecting that wool which

    (a) is intended for sale or has been sold; and

    (b) is not packed in the manner referred to in section 3(b),

    is in or on any place, not being the place on which it was produced, he may enter in or on and search that place and inspect any wool there found.

    (2) An inspector may, for the purposes of exercising the powers conferred by subsection (1), stop and detain any vehicle which he suspects on reasonable grounds to be carrying wool of a kind referred to in that subsection.

    (3) A person who, being in charge of any vehicle, fails to stop the vehicle when required to do so by a person who makes himself known as an inspector, commits an offence.

    Penalty: $2 000

    [Section 4A inserted by No. 42 of 1965 s.5; amended by No. 16 of 1966 s.9; No. 61 of 1982 s.10; No. 20 of 1989 s.3.]

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