A service policeman1 may for the purpose of arresting a person2 enter and search: (1) service living accommodation3; (2) premises occupied as a residence (alone or with other persons) by a person subject to service law4, a civilian subject to service discipline5, or the person to be arrested; or (3) premises which the service policeman has reasonable grounds for believing to be so occupied, but only if he has reasonable grounds for believing that the person is on the premises6.
In relation to premises containing two or more separate dwellings, the powers conferred are powers to enter and search any
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