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6.—(1) This article applies where—
(a)a person (“the enquirer”) has grounds for suspecting that dual-use goods, software or technology are or may be intended, in their entirety or in part, for WMD purposes; and
(b)the goods, software or technology in question are not specified in Annex I to the dual-use Regulation.
(2) Subject to article 26, the enquirer shall not—
(a)export the goods in question; or
(b)transfer the software or technology in question by electronic means
to a destination outside the customs territory unless, having made all reasonable enquiries as to the proposed use of the goods, software or technology in question, the enquirer is satisfied that they will not be used for WMD purposes.
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