If on an application made by the Secretary of State1 for the purpose of performing his functions in relation to the return of cultural objects2 the High Court3 is satisfied:
(1) that there are reasonable grounds for believing that a cultural object has been unlawfully removed from the territory of a member state4, and that it is on premises specified in the application5; and
(2) that that admission to the premises has been refused, or that the case is one of urgency, or that an application for admission to the premises would defeat the object of the entry6,
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