“(1) The Commission may authorise, in writing, any person or persons to exercise all or any of the powers referred to in section 172KB(b) or (c) in respect of an industry participant.
“(2) An authorised person must, before entering premises under section 172KB(c), give reasonable notice to the owner or occupier of the premises (at least 4 days before entry) of his or her intention to enter the premises.
“(3) An authorised person must, on first entering any premises under section 172KB(c) and, if requested, at any later time, produce to the person apparently in charge of the premises the authorisation under subsection (1).
“(4) If an authorised person enters any premises under section 172KB(c) and is unable, despite reasonable efforts, to find any person apparently in charge, the authorised person must, before leaving the premises, leave a written notice stating—
“(5) Section 172KB(c) does not authorise an authorised person to enter a home, except with the consent of an occupier or under the authority of a warrant.
“(6) An authorised person may apply for a warrant by written application on oath.
“(7) A District Court Judge, Justice, or Community Magistrate, or a Court Registrar (not being a constable) who is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds to believe that it is necessary, for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not an industry participant has breached, or may breach, the electricity governance regulations or rules, for an authorised person to search any place may, by warrant, authorise that person to search a place specified in the warrant.
“Compare: SR 2003/374 r 81