(1) A search order may direct each person who is named or described in the order:
(a) to permit, or arrange to permit, other persons named or described in the order:
(i) to enter premises specified in the order; and
(ii) to take any steps that are in accordance with the terms of the order; and
(b) to provide, or arrange to provide, other persons named or described in the order with any information, thing or service described in the order; and
(c) to allow other persons named or described in the order to take and retain in their custody any thing described in the order; and
(d) not to disclose any information about the order, for up to 3 days after the date the order was served, except for the purposes of obtaining legal advice or legal representation; and
(e) to do or refrain from doing any act as the Court considers appropriate.
(2) Without limiting the generality of subparagraph (1)(a)(ii), the steps that may be taken in relation to a thing specified in a search order include:
(a) searching for, inspecting or removing the thing; and
(b) making or obtaining a record of the thing or any information it may contain.
(3) A search order may contain other provisions the Court considers appropriate.
(4) In subrule (2):
"record " includes a copy, photograph, film or sample.