51(1)  Where–

(a)a person carrying out a lawful search of any person finds something that he has reasonable grounds for believing may be or may contain something for which he is authorised to search,

(b)a power of seizure to which this section applies or the power conferred by subsection (2) would entitle him, if he found it, to seize whatever it is that he has grounds for believing that thing to be or to contain, and

(c)in all the circumstances it is not reasonably practicable for it to be determined, at the time and place of the search–

(i)whether what he has found is something that he is entitled to seize, or

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