The following provisions are not yet in force unless otherwise stated. Where a police or customs officer is exercising a power of search1 in relation to any premises, the officer may carry out any examination or measurement of anything on the premises that the officer thinks is or may be relevant evidence2. The officer may break open any container or other locked thing if satisfied that it is necessary to do so for the purpose of determining whether a relevant offence has been committed or investigating a relevant offence3. The officer may require any person on the premises to
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