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Like Richard said, its a barcode system, each tyre is scanned at each event with the barcode system, thus allowing the FIA and Pirelli to know full well who has what and how many of each, each team has. Think of each tyre as an asset, each has its own asset code.
Richard, of course Pirelli would say that, they don't want the blame, however it is irrefutable.
And no, one team cannot give tyres to another, that would breach the sport regs along with the tyre count.