2Notice of authorisation
Where a person gives an authorisation, the notice thereof to a Commissioner shall specify the following matters—
(a) whether section 97 of the 1997 Act (requiring the approval of a Commissioner in certain cases before an authorisation can take effect) applies;
(b) where that section does not apply by virtue of subsection (3) of that section, the grounds on which the case is believed to be one of urgency;
(c) the grounds on which the authorising officer believes the matters specified in section 93(2) of the 1997 Act;
(d) the identity, where known, of persons to be the subject of the action authorised;
(e) where the action authorised involves an interference with property, the property to which the authorisation applies;
(f) the nature of the case and the reason why action of the kind and extent authorised is considered to be necessary;
(g) whether the authorising officer considers that the action to be authorised is likely to lead to intrusion on the privacy of persons other than any person who is to be the subject of that action; and
(h) whether it will be necessary to retrieve any equipment used in the action to be authorised.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see art 1(1).