(2) A surveillance device warrant may be subject to any other conditions specified in the warrant that the Judge issuing it considers reasonable, including a requirement for inclusion of specified information in the surveillance device warrant report provided under section 53.
(3) Every surveillance device warrant must also contain, in reasonable detail, the following particulars:
(d) the name, address, or other description of the person, place, vehicle, or other thing that is the object of the proposed surveillance:
(fa) that an enforcement officer who, while carrying out the activities authorised by the warrant, obtains the content of a telecommunication may direct the relevant network operator to provide call associated data (as defined in section 3(1) of the Telecommunications (Interception Capability) Act 2004) that is—
(g) that, subject to section 42AA, an enforcement officer carrying out the activities authorised by the warrant may do any or all of the following, using any force that is reasonable in the circumstances to do so, in order to install, maintain, or remove the surveillance device, or to access and use electricity to power the surveillance device:
(4) Despite subsection (3)(d) and (e), if the Judge has not been provided in the application, or otherwise, with the information specified in those provisions because the applicant is unable to provide it, the warrant must instead state the details (as provided under section 47(2) or otherwise) of the circumstances in which the surveillance is to be undertaken in enough detail to identify the parameters of, and objectives to be achieved by, the use of the surveillance device.
(5) Despite subsection (1)(c), a Judge may issue a further surveillance device warrant in respect of the same suspected offence in regard to which the Judge, or another Judge, has previously issued a surveillance device warrant.