(a) a record or copy has been made of a communication intercepted by virtue of a Part 2-2 warrant;
(b) the record or copy is in the possession or custody, or under the control, of the Organisation; and
(c) the Director-General of Security is satisfied that the record or copy is not required, and is not likely to be required, in or in connection with the performance by the Organisation of its functions or the exercise of its powers (including the powers conferred by sections 64 and 65);
the Director-General of Security shall cause the record or copy to be destroyed.
Note: See subsection 11C(5) and paragraph 11C(6)(b) for additional rules about the destruction of material obtained under a warrant issued under section 11C.