In the exercise of any power of entry under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979, 1other than the power conferred for the purposes of survey and valuation2, no person3 may enter any building or part of a building occupied as a dwelling house without the occupier's consent4.
In the exercise of any power of entry under the Act, other than the power to enter to execute works urgently necessary5, or the power to enter land for certain purposes related to the enforcement of temporary stop notices5A, no person may demand admission as of right to any land
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