In this part:
"connected"—an animal or thing is connected with a particular offence if—
(a) it is an animal or thing in relation to which the offence has been committed; or
(b) it will provide evidence of the offence; or
(c) it was used, or is or was intended to be used, to commit the offence.
"occupier", of premises that an inspector or authorised officer is authorised to enter under this part, includes a person the inspector or officer believes on reasonable grounds to be the occupier, or to be in charge, of the premises.
(a) any conduct engaged in, whether by an act or omission, that there are reasonable grounds for believing is an offence; or
(b) an offence (within the meaning of paragraph (a)) that there are reasonable grounds for believing has been, or will be, committed.