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Safeguards Relating To All Powers S201 Notes

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3B Safeguards for all powers s 201

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3B Safeguards relating to all powers ss 201, 230 Table of Contents

A when does s 201 apply?
(3) This section applies to the exercise of the following powers (whether or not conferred by or under this Act): (a) a power to search or arrest a person, (b) a power to search a vehicle, vessel or aircraft, (c) a power to enter premises (not being a public place), (d) a power to search premises (not being a public place), (e) a power to seize any property, (f) a power to stop or detain a person (other than a power to detain a person under Part 16) or a vehicle, vessel or aircraft, (g) a power to request a person to disclose his or her identity or the identity of another person, (h) a power to establish a crime scene at premises (not being a public place), (i) a power to give a direction to a person, (j) a power under section 21A to request a person to open his or her mouth or shake or move his or her hair, (k) a power under section 26 to request a person to submit to a frisk search or to produce a dangerous implement or metallic object.

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