relevant offence definition

relevant offence means an offence under this Law committed by a limited liability partnership, a separate limited partnership, an incorporated limited partnership or another body corporate;
relevant offence means any offence not being one of an involuntary nature other than a crime under the Ordinances or under the Act, liable to the punishment of imprisonment or of detention for a term of more than one year;
relevant offence means an offence under—

More Definitions of relevant offence

relevant offence means an offence which is prescribed for the purposes of the Act in regulations made by the Secretary of State, and
relevant offence means any offence not being one of an involuntary nature, liable to the punishment of imprisonment for a term of more than one year;
relevant offence means an offence specified in the Schedule;
relevant offence means an offence under section 24(1)(a), (b), (c), (d), (e) or (f), section 24A or section 25.
relevant offence means an offence against —
relevant offence means an offence in respect of which a person may be detained under any of the provisions referred to in section 9(1) (whether or not the person concerned was so detained);
relevant offence means any offence in respect of which an enforcement officer has functions. “the relevant premises” , in relation to an enforcement officer exercising a power of inspection conferred by section 27, 28 or 29, means the vessel, marine installation, premises or vehicle