(1) A warrant to enter and search premises may be executed by any constable.
(2) Such a warrant may authorise persons to accompany any constable who is executing it.
[(2A) A person so authorised has the same powers as the constable whom he accompanies in respect of—
(a) the execution of the warrant, and
(b) the seizure [or detention] of anything to which the warrant relates.
(2B) But he may exercise those powers only in the company, and under the supervision, of a constable.]
(3) Entry and search under a warrant must be within [three months] from the date of its issue.
[(3A) If the warrant is an all premises warrant, no premises which are not specified in it may be entered or searched unless a police officer of at least the rank of inspector has in writing authorised them to be entered.]
[(3B) No premises may be entered or searched for the second or any subsequent time under a warrant which author
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