(1) A biosecurity officer or a biosecurity enforcement officer may enter any premises in Australian territory for the purpose of exercising powers in accordance with section 314.
Note: Premises include a conveyance (see paragraph (a) of the definition of premises in section 9).
(2) However, an officer is not authorised to enter premises under subsection (1) unless:
(a) the occupier of the premises has consented to the entry and the officer has shown his or her identity card if required by the occupier; or
(b) the entry is made under a biosecurity risk assessment warrant.
Note 1: For the issue of warrants, and the obligations and powers of biosecurity enforcement officers and biosecurity officers in entering premises under a warrant or with consent, see Part 3, and Division 3 of Part 4, of Chapter 9.
Note 2: If the premises can be accessed only by entering other premises, an adjacent premises warrant may be needed (see Division 2 of Part 4 of Chapter 9).