I think the people writing in these legislations are fruitloops lol, they say they are authorised (police et al),to be in any premisis to determin number of dogs, registration, etc, but if they have a reason to believe an actual offence has been commited they arent allowed to enter the premises without warrant? wth....
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73. Entering land
(1) An authorised person who has reason to believe that the owner or person in charge of a dog has committed an offence against this Act may –
(a) enter onto land owned or occupied by that owner or person, but not any dwelling on that land; and(2) An authorised person may apply to a magistrate for a warrant to enter any dwelling on that land to enforce any provision of this Act.
(b) search for and seize any dog on that land.
(3) A magistrate, by warrant, may empower an authorised person and any other person named in the warrant to enter a dwelling by force if –
(a) the dwelling is not occupied; or(4) A warrant continues in force until the purpose for which it was granted is satisfied.
(b) entry into the dwelling has been refused or is likely to be refused.
(5) Division 4 of Part 3 applies in respect of a dog seized under this section as if it were a dog at large.
(6) If a dog is seized under this section, the relevant general manager must give the owner of the dog written notice stating –
(a) the offence against this Act that it is alleged has been committed; and
(b) any steps that the general manager requires to be undertaken before the dog is returned, to prevent the commission of the same or another offence against this Act; and
(c) that the dog may be disposed of or destroyed if not claimed within 5 days after the date of the notice.