(1) For the purposes of carrying out any relevant functions, an enforcement officer may enter and inspect any premises.
This is subject to section 249 (which provides that a warrant is necessary to enter a dwelling).
(2) The officer may only exercise the power conferred by this section at a reasonable time, unless it appears to the officer that there are grounds for suspecting that the purpose of entering the premises may be frustrated if the officer seeks to enter at a reasonable time.
(3) An enforcement officer may require any person in or on the premises to afford such facilities and assistance with respect to matters under that person's control as the officer considers would facilitate the exercise of the power conferred by this section.
(4) In this section “premises” includes land, but does not include any vehicle, vessel or marine installation.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 324(3), (5).
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