(1) The executing officer or an assisting officer may bring to warrant premises any equipment reasonably necessary for the examination or processing of things found at the premises, to determine whether they are things that may be seized under the warrant.
(a) it is not practicable to examine or process them at the warrant premises; or
(b) the occupier of the premises (or his or her representative) consents in writing;
the things may be moved to another place for examination or processing to determine whether they are things that may be seized under a warrant.
(3) If things are moved to another place for the purpose of examination or processing under subsection (2), the executing officer shall, if practicable—
(a) inform the occupier of the address of the place and the time when the examination or processing will be carried out; and
(b) allow the occupier (or his or her representative) to be present during the examination or processing.
(4) The executing officer or an assisting officer may operate equipment already at warrant premises to carry out the examination or processing of a thing found at the premises to determine whether it is a thing that may be seized under the warrant if the officer believes on reasonable grounds that—
(a) the equipment is suitable for the examination or processing; and
(b) the examination or processing can be carried out without damage to the equipment or the thing.