In relation to England1, an inspector2 may, on giving reasonable notice, and on producing a duly authenticated authorisation, enter any holding (except if used wholly or mainly as a private dwelling), vehicle, container, vessel or trailer at any reasonable hour for the purpose of ensuring compliance with the EU TSE Regulation3 and enforcing the relevant implementing regulations4.
In carrying out any functions under those regulations an inspector may5:
(1) seize any (a) animal; (b) body of an animal, and any parts of the body (including the blood and the hide) and any semen, embryo or ovum; (c) animal protein or feedingstuffs that may contain animal p
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