123 Offence to possess object for making copies of registered trade mark, etc

Every person commits an offence who, without lawful authority or excuse,—

(a)

has in the person’s possession, custody, or control, an object specifically designed or adapted for making copies of a registered trade mark or a sign that is likely to be mistaken for that trade mark; and

(b)

intends the object to be used for, or in the course of, committing an offence against section 120 or section 121.