19. Other provisions about powers of entry: supplemental
(1) The power to enter and any power to use force are subject to any restriction imposed by or under rules.
(2) A power to use force does not include power to use force against persons.
(3) The enforcement agent may enter and remain on the premises only within prescribed times of day.
(4) Rules may give the Court power in prescribed circumstances to authorise him to enter or remain on the premises at other times.
(5) The authorisation —
(a) may be by order or in a warrant under paragraph 13;
(b) may be subject to conditions.
(6) The enforcement agent must on request show the debtor and any person who appears to him to be in charge of the premises evidence of —
(a) his identity; and
(b) his authority to enter the premises.
(7) The request may be made before the enforcement agent enters the premises or while he is there.
(8) The enforcement agent may take other people onto the premises.
(9) The persons referred to in sub-paragraph (8) may assist the enforcement agent in exercising any power, including a power to use force.
(10) The persons referred to in sub-paragraph (8) must not remain on the premises without the enforcement agent.
(11) The enforcement agent may take any equipment onto the premises.
(12) The enforcement agent may leave equipment on the premises if he leaves controlled goods there.
(13) After entering the premises, the enforcement agent must provide a notice for the debtor giving information about what the enforcement agent is doing.
(14) Rules must state —
(a) the form of the notice;
(b) what information it must give.
(15) Rules may prescribe circumstances in which a notice need not be provided after re-entry to premises.
(16) If the debtor is on the premises when the enforcement agent is there, the enforcement agent must give him the notice then.
(17) If the debtor is not there, the enforcement agent must leave the notice in a conspicuous place on the premises.
(18) If the enforcement agent knows that there is someone else there or that there are other occupiers, a notice he leaves under sub-paragraph (17) must be in a sealed envelope addressed to the debtor.
(19) If the premises are occupied by any person other than the debtor, the enforcement agent must leave at the premises a list of any goods he takes away.
(20) The enforcement agent must leave the premises as effectively secured as he finds them.