Emergency regulations1 may make any provision which the person making the regulations is satisfied is appropriate for the purpose of preventing, controlling or mitigating an aspect or effect of the emergency2 in respect of which the regulations are made3. In particular, emergency regulations may make provision which the person making the regulations is satisfied is appropriate for the purpose of4:
(1) protecting human life, health or safety5;
(2) treating human illness or injury6;
(3) protecting or restoring property7;
(4) protecting or restoring a supply of money, food, water, energy or fuel8;
(5) protecting or restoring a system of communication
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