(1) A person described in section 149(2) may apply to the District Court for access to any thing seized by a person exercising a search power or produced to any person under a production order if the person has made an application under section 149 and it—
(a) has been refused; or
(b) has been granted, but subject to conditions that the applicant does not accept.
(2) The District Court may either—
(a) grant the application; or
(b) refuse it on the ground that allowing the person to have access to the thing or varying or cancelling the conditions concerned is likely to prejudice the maintenance of the law.
(3) The District Court may require sureties and impose conditions if it grants an application under subsection (2), and sections 149 and 150 apply with any necessary modifications.