(1) This section applies if—
(a) the compliance period for a fortification removal order has ended; and
(b) the fortification removal order is still in force; and
(c) the chief police officer believes on reasonable grounds that the fortification has not been removed in accordance with the fortification removal order.
(2) A police officer may, at any time and without a warrant, enter the premises for the purpose of—
(a) removing the fortification in accordance with the fortification removal order; or
(b) doing something reasonably necessary to remove the fortification in accordance with the fortification removal order.
1 bringing equipment that will be used for carrying out fortification removal to the premises
2 escorting a person who has been engaged to assist with fortification removal to the premises
(3) The Territory may recover from the person required to remove the fortification under the fortification removal order any costs reasonably incurred by the Territory for removing the fortification.
Note An amount owing under a law may be recovered as a debt in a court of competent jurisdiction or the ACAT (see Legislation Act
, s 177).