A justice of the peace may issue an authorisation if he is satisfied, on an application supported by sworn evidence, that:
(1) there is reasonable ground for believing that there is to be found, on specified premises or in a specified ship1, aircraft or vehicle, apparatus that does not comply with the requirements applicable to it under regulations made2 to prevent undue interference with wireless telegraphy3;
(2) it is necessary to enter those premises, or that ship, aircraft or vehicle, for the purpose of obtaining information that will enable Ofcom to decide whether or not to give an enforcement
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