Where an operations notice1 is served with respect to any operations2, the investigating authority3 for the area of archaeological importance4 in which the site of operations is situated, has a right to enter, at any reasonable time, the site and any land5 giving access to the site, for either or both of the following purposes:
(1) inspecting the site, including any buildings or other structures on it, with a view to recording any matters of archaeological or historical interest and determining whether it would be desirable to carry out any excavations in the site6; and
(2) observing any operations
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