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TELECOMMUNICATIONS (INTERCEPTION AND ACCESS) ACT 1979 - SECT 123

What happens when stored communications warrants are revoked

             (1)  Upon revoking a stored communications warrant, the chief officer of a criminal law-enforcement agency must cause the chief officer of any other criminal law-enforcement agency that is exercising authority under the warrant to be informed forthwith of the revocation.

             (2)  If an authorised representative of a carrier has been informed, under section 121, of the issue of a stored communications warrant and that warrant is subsequently revoked, the chief officer of the criminal law-enforcement agency to which the warrant was issued must:

                     (a)  cause that authorised representative to be informed forthwith of the revocation; and

                     (b)  cause a copy of the instrument of revocation, certified in writing by a certifying officer to be a true copy of the instrument, to be given as soon as practicable to that authorised representative.



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