A wildlife inspector1 may, at all reasonable times, enter and inspect any premises other than a dwelling for the purpose of ascertaining whether a species offence2 is being or has been committed; or for the purpose of verifying any statement or representation made, or document or information supplied, by an occupier of the premises in connection with an application for, or the holding of, a licence3. A wildlife inspector must not, in the exercise of this power, board or inspect a ship4 unless:
(1) in the case of a third country ship5, the United Kingdom6 is entitled under international
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