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Forestry Act 2012 No 96
Current version for 11 October 2019 to date (accessed 10 April 2020 at 10:25)
Part 6 Division 2 Section 75
75   Power to enter premises
(1916 Act, s 38)
(1)  An authorised officer may enter any premises for authorised purposes.
(2)  The authorised officer must give the occupier of the premises notice of intention to enter the premises unless—
(a)  the entry is made with the permission of the occupier, or
(b)  the entry is made to a part of the premises open to the public, or
(c)  the giving of notice would defeat the purpose for which the premises were entered or would unreasonably delay the authorised officer in a case of urgency.
(3)  Entry under the power conferred by this section may only be made at a reasonable time. This subsection does not apply to a power conferred by a search warrant.
(4)  The powers of entry conferred by this Division are not exercisable in relation to any part of premises used only for residential purposes except—
(a)  with the permission of the occupier of the premises, or
(b)  under the authority conferred by a search warrant.