(1) This section applies if an authorised officer enters premises under a search warrant to search for evidential material.
(2) The search powers include seizing a thing that is not evidential material of the kind specified in the warrant if:
(a) in the course of searching for the kind of evidential material specified in the warrant, the authorised officer finds the thing; and
(b) the authorised officer reasonably believes that:
(i) a related provision has been contravened with respect to the thing; or
(ii) the thing is evidence of the contravention of a related provision; or
(iii) the thing is intended to be used for the purpose of contravening a related provision; and
(c) the authorised officer reasonably believes that it is necessary to seize the thing in order to prevent its concealment, loss or destruction.