A wildlife inspector1 may, at any reasonable time and (if required to do so) upon producing evidence of his authority2:
(1) enter and inspect any premises:
(a) for the purpose of ascertaining whether a Group 1 offence relating to wild birds3 is being, or has been, committed on those premises; or
(b) for the purpose of verifying any statement or representation made, or document or information supplied, by an occupier4 in connection with an application for, or the holding of, a Group 1 licence5, or ascertaining whether any condition to which a Group 1 licence was subject has been
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