Any power of entry under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 19791 is to be construed as including power for any person2 entering any land3 in exercise of the power to take with him any assistance or equipment reasonably required for the purpose to which his entry relates and to do there anything reasonably necessary for carrying out that purpose4. Where a person enters any land in exercise of any power of entry under the Act for the purpose of carrying out any archaeological investigation5 or examination of the land6, he may7 take and remove such samples of
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