62 Conditions of authorisation


The Registrar must not authorise a person to carry out an inspection unless satisfied that the person is suitably qualified or trained, or the person is a member of a class of persons who are suitably qualified or trained, to carry out an inspection.


A person authorised by the Registrar to carry out an inspection must, on entering any premises, and when requested at any subsequent time, produce—


the authorisation referred to in subsection (3); and


evidence of that person’s identity.


An authorisation must be in writing and must contain—


a reference to this section; and


the full name of the authorised person; and


a statement of the powers conferred on the authorised person by section 57; and


the purpose for which those powers may be exercised.

Section 62(3)(c): amended, on 1 October 2012, by section 264(1) of the Search and Surveillance Act 2012 (2012 No 24).