(1) A crime scene takes effect when it is established at a place under section 210E and continues in effect until the earliest of the following has occurred:
(a) if the crime scene is established at private premises—6 hours have elapsed;
(b) if the crime scene is established in relation to a conveyance moved under section 210G (2) (g)— 48 hours have elapsed;
(c) the consent of the owner or occupier of the premises under section 210D (1) to establish the crime scene (other than in relation to a serious offence) is withdrawn;
(d) a police officer starts executing a warrant to search the place;
(e) an application for a warrant to search the place is refused;
(f) it is no longer reasonably necessary to protect or preserve evidence at the place in relation to the offence.
(2) However, a period of time mentioned in subsection (1) (a) or (b) does not apply to a crime scene if the owner or occupier of the place consents to the crime scene continuing in effect after the period of time.