(1) Every warrant issued under this Act shall authorise the person executing the warrant—
(a) to enter and search the place specified in the warrant on 1 occasion within 14 days of the date of issue of the warrant at any time which is reasonable in the circumstances:
(b) to use such assistance as is reasonable in the circumstances:
(c) to use such force both for gaining entry and for breaking open anything in or on the place searched as is reasonable in the circumstances:
(d) to search for and remove any documents or other thing that the person executing the warrant believes on reasonable grounds may be relevant to the investigation or may be evidence of any offence involving serious or complex fraud:
(e) where necessary, to take copies of any documents, or extracts from documents, that the person executing the warrant believes on reasonable grounds may be relevant to the investigation:
(f) where necessary, to require any person to reproduce, or to assist any person executing the warrant to reproduce, in usable form, any information recorded or stored in any such documents.
(2) Every person called upon to assist the person or persons executing the warrant shall have the powers contained in paragraphs (c) and (d) of subsection (1).
(3) Any warrant shall be subject to such reasonable conditions as the issuer may specify in the warrant.