Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 No 59
35 Making of interim order
(1) An authorised officer who makes an interim order must inform the
applicant for the order personally, or by telephone, radio, telex, facsimile
or other means of transmission:
(a) that the order has been made, and
(b) of the terms of the order, including the matters mentioned in
subsection (2), and
(c) of any orders made or directions given under subsection (3) in
relation to the order.
(2) An interim order must specify the date, time and place at which a
further hearing on the application will take place and the application will be
(3) An authorised officer may make such orders and give such
directions in relation to an interim order as a Magistrate may make or give in
relation to an order under section 24.