[1(1)A mixture which is leaded petrol is produced in contravention of this paragraph if such a mixture is produced by—E+W+S+N.I.
[(aa)adding lead to unleaded petrol in respect of which duty has been charged at the rate specified in section 6(1A)(a);]]
[(ab)adding lead to unleaded petrol in respect of which a rebate has been allowed under section 13A;]
(c)adding lead to a mixture of unleaded petrol of a description mentioned in [paragraph (aa)]above and unleaded petrol of a description mentioned in [paragraph (ab)] above.
(2)In sub-paragraph (1) above the reference to adding lead to unleaded petrol includes a reference to adding leaded petrol to unleaded petrol.
(3)This paragraph is subject to any direction given under paragraph 3 below.
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