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SR 1987 No. 329 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment Regulation 2013 (No. 1)
Principal Regulations
Administered by: Attorney-General's
Registered 15 Apr 2013
Start Date 22 Mar 2013
End Date 30 Jun 2015
Date of repeal 22 Dec 2017
Repealed by Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 2017
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Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987

Statutory Rules No. 329, 1987 as amended

made under the

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

Compilation start date:                     22 March 2013

Includes amendments up to:            SLI No. 28, 2013

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The compiled instrument

This is a compilation of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987 as amended and in force on 22 March 2013. It includes any amendment affecting the compiled instrument to that date.

This compilation was prepared on 22 March 2013.

The notes at the end of this compilation (the endnotes) include information about amending Acts and instruments and the amendment history of each amended provision.

Uncommenced provisions and amendments

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Contents

1............ Name of Regulations........................................................................... 1

2............ Definition............................................................................................ 1

2AA...... Enforcement agency............................................................................ 1

2AB...... Criminal organisation—prescribed provisions.................................... 1

2A......... Proceeding for confiscation or forfeiture or for pecuniary penalty—prescribed Acts               1

3............ Warrants authorising agencies to intercept telecommunications—prescribed forms 2

4............ Stored communications warrant—prescribed form............................. 2

Schedule 1—Proceeding for confiscation or forfeiture or for pecuniary penalty—prescribed Acts                                                                                  3

Schedule 3—Forms                                                                                                       4

Form 1—Telecommunications service warrant                                                   4

Form 2—Telecommunications service warrant—B‑party                            7

Form 3—Named person warrant—telecommunications services          10

Form 4—Named person warrant—telecommunications devices            13

Form 5—Warrant for entry on premises and interception of communications  16

Form 6—Stored communications warrant                                                           20

Endnotes                                                                                                                             24

Endnote 1—Legislation history                                                                             24

Endnote 2—Amendment history                                                                          25

Endnote 3—Application, saving and transitional provisions                  27

Endnote 4—Uncommenced amendments                                                        28

Endnote 5—Misdescribed amendments                                                            29

 


 

 

1  Name of Regulations

                   These Regulations are the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987.

2  Definition

                   In these Regulations:

Act means the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979.

2AA  Enforcement agency

                   The Australian Customs Service is an authority for paragraph (k) of the definition of enforcement agency in subsection 5(1) of the Act.

2AB  Criminal organisation—prescribed provisions

                   Section 7 of the Serious Crime Control Act (NT) is prescribed for paragraph (b) of the definition of criminal organisation in subsection 5(1) of the Act.

Note:          Section 7 of the Serious Crime Control Act (NT) describes an organisation declared under section 15 of that Act.

2A  Proceeding for confiscation or forfeiture or for pecuniary penalty—prescribed Acts

                   For paragraph 6K(c) of the Act, an Act mentioned in column 2 of an item in Schedule 1 is a prescribed Act.

3  Warrants authorising agencies to intercept telecommunications—prescribed forms

                   For subsection 49(1) of the Act, the following forms are prescribed:

                     (a)  for a warrant issued under section 46 of the Act to which subparagraph 46(1)(d)(i) of the Act applies—Form 1 in Schedule 3;

                     (b)  for a warrant issued under section 46 of the Act to which subparagraph 46(1)(d)(ii) of the Act applies—Form 2 in Schedule 3;

                     (c)  for a warrant issued under section 46A of the Act to which subparagraph 46A(1)(d)(i) of the Act applies—Form 3 in Schedule 3;

                     (d)  for a warrant issued under section 46A of the Act to which subparagraph 46A(1)(d)(ii) of the Act applies—Form 4 in Schedule 3;

                     (e)  for a warrant issued under section 48 of the Act—Form 5 in Schedule 3.

4  Stored communications warrant—prescribed form

                   For paragraph 118(1)(a) of the Act, form 6 in Schedule 3 is prescribed.

 


Schedule 1Proceeding for confiscation or forfeiture or for pecuniary penalty—prescribed Acts

(regulation 2A)

  

 

Item

Act

1

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

2

Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime Act 1989 (NSW)

3

Criminal Assets Recovery Act 1990 (NSW)

4

Confiscation Act 1997 (Vic)

5

Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002 (Qld)

6

Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 (WA)

7

Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 1996 (SA)

8

Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 (SA)

9

Crime (Confiscation of Profits) Act 1993 (Tas)

10

Confiscation of Criminal Assets Act 2003 (ACT)

11

Criminal Property Forfeiture Act 2002 (NT)

Schedule 3Forms

(regulations 3 and 4)

Form 1Telecommunications service warrant

Commonwealth of Australia

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE WARRANT

 

Telecommunications service

[unique number assigned to the service; any other known unique identifying factors]

Particular person

[full known name, other known names, other known identifying information (eg date of birth)]

Applicant agency

[name]

1              Authorisation

(1)  I, [name], *an eligible Judge/*a nominated AAT member within the meaning of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 (the Act), acting under section 46 of the Act, authorise interceptions of communications made to or from the telecommunications service mentioned above.

(2)  I am satisfied, on the basis of the information given to me by the applicant agency, that:

     (a)       Division 3 of Part 2‑5 of the Act has been complied with in relation to the application for this warrant; and

   *(b)       because of urgent circumstances, it was necessary to make the application by telephone; and

     (c)       there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the particular person mentioned above is using, or is likely to use, the service; and

     (d)       information that would be likely to be obtained by intercepting, under a warrant, communications made to or from the service would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the following *serious offence/*serious offences, in which the particular person is involved:

                [short particulars of the serious offence or serious offences]; and

     (e)       the warrant should be issued having regard to the following matters only:

                  (i)    how much the privacy of any person or persons would be likely to be interfered with by intercepting, under a warrant, communications made to or from the service;

                 (ii)    the gravity of the conduct constituting the *offence/*offences being investigated;

                (iii)    how much the information mentioned in paragraph (d) would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (iv)    to what extent methods of investigating the *offence/*offences that do not involve so intercepting communications have been used by, or are available to, the applicant agency;

                 (v)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (vi)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to prejudice the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences, whether because of delay or for any other reason.

2              Persons who may exercise this authority

Under subsection 55 (1) of the Act, the authority conferred by this warrant may be exercised by an officer or staff member of the applicant agency, or another agency, in relation to whom an approval under subsection 55 (3) of the Act is in force in relation to the warrant, or to the class of warrants to which it belongs.

3              Period for which warrant is in force

(1)        Under section 54 of the Act, this warrant comes into force when it is issued.

(2)        This warrant is in force until [a date that is not more than 90 days away].

*4            Conditions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following conditions:

[details of conditions].

*5            Restrictions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following restrictions:

[details of restrictions].

Dated

…………………………………..

*Judge/*nominated AAT member

*   Omit if not applicable

Form 2Telecommunications service warrant—B‑party

Commonwealth of Australia

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE WARRANT — B‑PARTY

 

Telecommunications service

[unique number assigned to the service; any other known unique identifying factors]

Particular person

[full known name, other known names, other known identifying information (eg date of birth)]

Applicant agency

[name]

1              Authorisation

(1)  I, [name], *an eligible Judge/*a nominated AAT member within the meaning of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 (the Act), acting under section 46 of the Act, authorise interceptions of communications made to or from the telecommunications service mentioned above.

(2)  I am satisfied, on the basis of the information given to me by the applicant agency, that:

     (a)       Division 3 of Part 2‑5 of the Act has been complied with in relation to the application for this warrant; and

   *(b)       because of urgent circumstances, it was necessary to make the application by telephone; and

     (c)       there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the particular person mentioned above is using, or is likely to use, the service; and

     (d)       information that would be likely to be obtained by intercepting, under a warrant, communications made to or from the service would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the following *serious offence/*serious offences, in which another person is involved, with whom the particular person is likely to communicate using the service:

                [short particulars of the serious offence or serious offences]; and

     (e)       the warrant should be issued having regard to the following matters only:

                  (i)    how much the privacy of any person or persons would be likely to be interfered with by intercepting, under a warrant, communications made to or from the service;

                 (ii)    the gravity of the conduct constituting the *offence/*offences being investigated;

                (iii)    how much the information mentioned in paragraph (d) would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (iv)    to what extent methods of investigating the *offence/*offences that do not involve so intercepting communications have been used by, or are available to, the applicant agency;

                 (v)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (vi)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to prejudice the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences, whether because of delay or for any other reason.

(3)    I am satisfied that:

      *the applicant agency has exhausted all other practicable methods of identifying the services used, or likely to be used, by the person involved in the *serious offence/*serious offences being investigated.

*interception of communications made to or from a service used or likely to be used by the person involved in the *serious offence/*serious offences being investigated would not otherwise be possible.

2              Persons who may exercise this authority

Under subsection 55 (1) of the Act, the authority conferred by this warrant may be exercised by an officer or staff member of the applicant agency, or another agency, in relation to whom an approval under subsection 55 (3) of the Act is in force in relation to the warrant, or to the class of warrants to which it belongs.

3              Period for which warrant is in force

(1)        Under section 54 of the Act, this warrant comes into force when it is issued.

(2)        This warrant is in force until [a date that is not more than 45 days away].

*4            Conditions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following conditions:

[details of conditions].

*5            Restrictions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following restrictions:

[details of restrictions].

Dated

…………………………………..

*Judge/*nominated AAT member

*   Omit if not applicable

Form 3Named person warrant—telecommunications services

Commonwealth of Australia

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

NAMED PERSON WARRANT — TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

 

Particular person
(named person)

[full known name, other known names, other known identifying information (eg date of birth)]

Applicant agency

[name]

1              Authorisation

(1) I, [name], *an eligible Judge/*a nominated AAT member within the meaning of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 (the Act), acting under section 46A of the Act, authorise interceptions of communications made to or from any telecommunications service that the named person mentioned above is using, or is likely to use.

(2)  I am satisfied, on the basis of the information given to me by the applicant agency, that:

     (a)       Division 3 of Part 2‑5 of the Act has been complied with in relation to the application for this warrant; and

   *(b)       because of urgent circumstances, it was necessary to make the application by telephone; and

     (c)       there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the named person is using, or is likely to use, more than 1 telecommunications service; and

     (d)       information that would be likely to be obtained by intercepting, under a warrant, communications made to or from any telecommunications service that the named person is using, or is likely to use, would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the agency of the following *serious offence/ *serious offences, in which the named person is involved:

                [short particulars of the serious offence or serious offences]; and

     (e)       the warrant should be issued having regard to the following matters only:

                  (i)    how much the privacy of any person or persons would be likely to be interfered with by intercepting under a warrant, communications made to or from any telecommunications service used, or likely to be used, by the named person;

                 (ii)    the gravity of the conduct constituting the *offence/*offences being investigated;

                (iii)    how much the information mentioned in paragraph (d) would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (iv)    to what extent methods (including the use of a warrant issued under section 46 of the Act) of investigating the *offence/ *offences that do not involve the use of a warrant issued under section 46A of the Act in relation to the named person have been used by, or are available to, the applicant agency;

                 (v)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (vi)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to prejudice the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences, whether because of delay or for any other reason.

2              Persons who may exercise this authority

Under subsection 55 (1) of the Act, the authority conferred by this warrant may be exercised by an officer or staff member of the applicant agency, or another agency, in relation to whom an approval under subsection 55 (3) of the Act is in force in relation to the warrant, or to the class of warrants to which it belongs.

3              Period for which warrant is in force

(1)        Under section 54 of the Act, this warrant comes into force when it is issued.

(2)        This warrant is in force until [a date that is not more than 90 days away].

*4            Conditions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following conditions:

[details of conditions].

*5            Restrictions

*General

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following restrictions:

[details of restrictions].

*Excluded telecommunications services

This warrant does not authorise the interception of communications made to or from the following telecommunications services:

[details and location of service(s)].

 

Dated

…………………………………..

*Judge/*nominated AAT member

*   Omit if not applicable

Form 4Named person warrant—telecommunications devices

Commonwealth of Australia

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

NAMED PERSON WARRANT — TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICES

 

Particular person
(named person)

[full known name, other known names, other known identifying information (eg date of birth)]

Particular telecommunications *device/*devices

[For each telecommunication device, the unique number assigned to the device (if known) and other known unique identifying factors]

Applicant agency

[name]

1              Authorisation

(1) I, [name], *an eligible Judge/*a nominated AAT member within the meaning of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 (the Act), acting under section 46A of the Act, authorise interceptions of communications made by means of the particular telecommunications *device/*devices that the named person mentioned above is using, or is likely to use.

(2)  I am satisfied, on the basis of the information given to me by the applicant agency, that:

     (a)       Division 3 of Part 2‑5 of the Act has been complied with in relation to the application for this warrant; and

   *(b)       because of urgent circumstances, it was necessary to make the application by telephone; and

     (c)       there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the named person is using, or is likely to use, more than 1 telecommunications service; and

     (d)       information that would be likely to be obtained by intercepting, under a warrant, communications made by means of the particular telecommunications *device/*devices that the named person is using, or is likely to use, would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the agency of the following *serious offence/*serious offences, in which the named person is involved:

                [short particulars of the serious offence or serious offences]; and

     (e)       the warrant should be issued having regard to the following matters only:

                  (i)    how much the privacy of any person or persons would
be likely to be interfered with by intercepting under a
warrant, communications made by means of the particular telecommunications *device/*devices used, or likely to be used, by the named person;

                 (ii)    the gravity of the conduct constituting the *offence/*offences being investigated;

                (iii)    how much the information mentioned in paragraph (d) would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (iv)    to what extent methods (including the use of a warrant issued under section 46 of the Act) of investigating the *offence/*offences that do not involve the use of a warrant issued under section 46A of the Act in relation to the named person have been used by, or are available to, the applicant agency;

                 (v)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences;

                (vi)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to prejudice the investigation by the applicant agency of the *offence/*offences, whether because of delay or for any other reason.

(3)    I am satisfied that:

*there are no other practicable methods available to the applicant agency at the time of making the application to identify the telecommunications services used, or likely to be used, by the named person.

*interception of communications made to or from a telecommunications service used or likely to be used by the named person would not otherwise be practicable.

2              Persons who may exercise this authority

Under subsection 55 (1) of the Act, the authority conferred by this warrant may be exercised by an officer or staff member of the applicant agency, or another agency, in relation to whom an approval under subsection 55 (3) of the Act is in force in relation to the warrant, or to the class of warrants to which it belongs.

3              Period for which warrant is in force

(1)        Under section 54 of the Act, this warrant comes into force when it is issued.

(2)        This warrant is in force until [a date that is not more than 90 days away].

*4            Conditions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following conditions:

[details of conditions].

*5            Restrictions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following restrictions:

[details of restrictions].

 

Dated

…………………………………..

*Judge/*nominated AAT member

*   Omit if not applicable

Form 5Warrant for entry on premises and interception of communications

Commonwealth of Australia

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

WARRANT FOR ENTRY ON PREMISES AND INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS

 

Premises

[description and location of premises, including business name, operating name, other known names and other known identifying information]

Telecommunications service

[number assigned to the service; any other known unique identifying factors]

Particular person

[full known name, other known names, other known identifying information (eg date of birth)]

Applicant agency

[name]

1              Authorisation

(1)  I, [name], *an eligible Judge/*a nominated AAT member within the meaning of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 (the Act), acting under section 48 of the Act, authorise:

     (a)       entry on the premises mentioned above in order to install, maintain, use or recover equipment or a line used in the interception of communications being made to or from the telecommunications service mentioned above; and

     (b)       interceptions of such communications by the use of that equipment or line.

(2)  This warrant authorises:

     (a)       entry on the premises:

                  (i)    *at any time of the day or night/*during the hours of [specify hours during which entry on the premises is authorised], for the purposes mentioned in paragraph (1) (a); and

               *(ii)    without permission first being sought or demand first being made; and

   *(b)       the following measures, that I am satisfied are necessary and reasonable for those purposes:

                [specify measures authorised to be taken].

(3)  I am satisfied:

     (a)       that subsection 48 (2) of the Act has been complied with in relation to the application for this warrant; and

     (b)       on the basis of the information given to me by the applicant agency, that:

                  (i)    section 46 of the Act would empower me to issue a warrant if the application had been made under that section; and

                 (ii)    Division 3 of Part 2‑5 of the Act has been complied with in relation to this application; and

                (iii)    information that would be likely to be obtained by intercepting, under a warrant, communications made to or from the service, would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant agency of the following *serious offence/*serious offences, in which

                         *the particular person mentioned above is involved:

                         *another person is involved, with whom the particular person mentioned above is likely to communicate using the service:

                         [short particulars of the serious offence or serious offences]; and

     (c)       on the basis of the information given to me by the applicant agency, that it would be impracticable or inappropriate to intercept communications under a warrant in respect of the service otherwise than by the use of equipment or a line installed on those premises:

                *for technical reasons connected with the nature or operation of the service or of a telecommunications system of which the service forms a part.

                 *because, if the warrant were issued under section 46, communications to or from the telecommunications service would be intercepted while passing over a telecommunications system and execution of the warrant as a result of action taken by employees of that carrier might jeopardise the security of the investigation, by the applicant agency, of a serious offence in which a person to whom the application relates is involved.

2              Persons who may exercise this authority

Under subsection 55 (1) of the Act, the authority conferred by this warrant applies to an officer or staff member of the applicant agency, or another agency, in relation to whom an approval under subsection 55 (3) of the Act is in force in relation to the warrant, or to the class of warrants to which it belongs.

3              Period for which warrant is in force

(1)  Under section 54 of the Act, this warrant comes into force when it is issued.

(2)  This warrant is in force until [specify date].

[specify a date that is:

(a)     if subparagraph 46 (1) (d) (ii) of the Act would apply if the application had been made under section 46 of the Act — not more than 45 days away; or

(b)     otherwise — not more than 90 days away]

*4            Conditions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following conditions:

[details of conditions].

*5            Restrictions

Interceptions under this warrant are subject to the following restrictions:

[details of restrictions].

Dated

…………………………………..

*Judge/*nominated AAT member

*   Omit if not applicable

Form 6Stored communications warrant

Commonwealth of Australia

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

STORED COMMUNICATIONS WARRANT

 

Person in respect of whom warrant is issued

[full known name, other known names, other known identifying information (eg date of birth)]

Applicant enforcement agency

[name]

Person making application on behalf of applicant enforcement agency

[full name]

Note   See subsections 119 (4) and (5) of the Act in relation to issuing a further warrant in respect of a person in respect of whom a previous warrant was issued.

1              Authorisation

(1)  I, [name], an issuing authority within the meaning of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 (the Act), acting under section 116 of the Act, authorise the accessing of any stored communication:

     (a)       that was made by the person mentioned above, or that another person has made and for which the intended recipient is the person mentioned above; and

     (b)       that becomes, or became, a stored communication before the warrant is first executed in relation to the carrier that holds the communication.

(2)  I am satisfied, on the basis of the information given to me by the applicant enforcement agency, that:

     (a)       Division 1 of Part 3‑3 of the Act has been complied with in relation to the application for this warrant; and

   *(b)       because of urgent circumstances, it was necessary to make the application by telephone; and

     (c)       there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that *a particular carrier holds/*particular carriers hold stored communications:

                  (i)    that the person mentioned above has made; or

                 (ii)    that another person has made and for which the person mentioned above is the intended recipient; and

     (d)       information that would be likely to be obtained by accessing those stored communications under a stored communications warrant would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation
by the applicant enforcement agency of the following *serious contravention/*serious contraventions, in which the person mentioned above is involved:

                [short particulars of each serious contravention]; and

     (e)       the warrant should be issued having regard to the following matters only:

                  (i)    how much the privacy of any person or persons would be likely to be interfered with by accessing those stored communications under a stored communications warrant; and

                 (ii)    the gravity of the conduct constituting each serious contravention being investigated; and

                (iii)    how much the information referred to in paragraph (d) would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant enforcement agency of each serious contravention; and

                (iv)    to what extent the methods of investigating each serious contravention that do not involve the use of a stored communications warrant in relation to the person mentioned above have been used by, or are available to, the applicant enforcement agency; and

                 (v)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to assist in connection with the investigation by the applicant enforcement agency of each serious contravention; and

                (vi)    how much the use of such methods would be likely to prejudice the investigation by the applicant enforcement agency of each serious contravention, whether because of delay or for any other reason.

2              Persons who may exercise this authority

Under section 127 of the Act, the authority conferred by this warrant may be exercised by an officer or staff member of the applicant enforcement agency, or another enforcement agency, in relation to whom an approval under subsection 127 (2) of the Act is in force in relation to the warrant, or to the class of warrants to which it belongs.

3              Duration of warrant

(1)  Under section 125 of the Act, this warrant comes into force when it is issued.

*(2)  Under subsection 119 (1) of the Act, this warrant remains in force until the occurrence of the sooner of the following:

     (a)       the warrant is first executed;

     (b)       the end of the period of 5 days after the day on which it was issued.

[Complete the above subclause only if the warrant relates to 1 or more telecommunication services that are all operated by the same carrier]

*(2)  Under subsection 119 (2) of the Act, this warrant remains in force, to the extent that it relates to a telecommunications service operated by a particular carrier, until the occurrence of the sooner of the following:

     (a)       the warrant is first executed in relation to a telecommunications service operated by that particular carrier;

     (b)       the end of the period of 5 days after the day on which it was issued.

[Complete the above subclause only if the warrant relates to 2 or more telecommunications services that are not all operated by the same carrier]

*4            Conditions

The accessing of stored communications under this warrant is subject to the following conditions:

[details of conditions].

*5            Restrictions

The accessing of stored communications under this warrant is subject to the following restrictions:

[details of restrictions].

Dated

……………………..

Issuing Authority

*   Omit if not applicable


Endnotes

 

Endnote 1—Legislation history

This endnote sets out details of the legislation history of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987.

 

Number and year

Gazettal or FRLI registration date

Commencement
date

Application, saving and transitional provisions

1987 No. 329

11 Jan 1988

1 Sept 1988 (see Gazette 1988, No. S256)

 

1994 No. 5

1 Feb 1994

1 Feb 1994 (see r. 1 and Gazette 1994, No. S27)

1997 No. 421

24 Dec 1997

1 Feb 1998

2000 No. 180

12 July 2000

12 July 2000

2000 No. 325

8 Dec 2000

8 Dec 2000

2001 No. 85

10 May 2001

10 May 2001

2002 No. 184

15 Aug 2002

15 Aug 2002

2005 No. 302

16 Dec 2005 (see F2005L04097)

17 Dec 2005 (see r. 2)

2006 No. 116

2 June 2006 (see F2006L01621)

rr. 1–3 and Schedule 1: 13 June 2006
Remainder: 1 July 2006

2006 No. 293

17 Nov 2006 (see F2006L03703)

18 Nov 2006

2007 No. 237

10 Aug 2007 (see F2007L02415)

20 Aug 2007

2008 No. 105

20 June 2008 (see F2008L02095)

21 June 2008

No. 28, 2013

21 Mar 2013 (see F2013L00519)

22 Mar 2013

 

Endnote 2—Amendment history

This endnote sets out the amendment history of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987.

 

ad. = added or inserted    am. = amended    rep. = repealed    rs. = repealed and substituted    exp. = expired or ceased to have effect

Provision affected

How affected

r. 1......................................

rs. 2000 No. 180; 2006 No. 116

r. 2......................................

rs. 2006 No. 116

r. 2AA................................. ............................................

ad. 2008 No. 105

r. 2AB.................................

ad. No. 28, 2013

r. 2A....................................

ad. 2002 No. 184

 

rs. 2005 No. 302

r. 3......................................

am. 1994 No. 5

 

rs. 2000 Nos. 180 and 325; 2006 No. 116; 2007 No. 237

r. 4......................................

ad. 2006 No. 116

Schedules 1, 2.....................

rep. 1994 No. 5

Schedule 1

 

Schedule 1...........................

ad. 2005 No. 302

Schedule 3

 

Heading to Schedule 3.........

rs. 2000 Nos. 180 and 325; 2006 No. 116

Schedule 3...........................

am. 1994 No. 5; 1997 No. 421

 

rs. 2000 No. 325

 

am. 2001 No. 85; 2006 Nos. 116 and 293; 2007 No. 237

Schedule 3A........................

ad. 2000 No. 180

 

rep. 2000 No. 325

Heading to Schedule 4.........

rs. 2000 No. 180

 

rep. 2000 No. 325

Schedule 4...........................

am. 1994 No. 5; 1997 No. 421

 

rep. 2000 No. 325

Schedule 4A........................

ad. 2000 No. 180

 

rep. 2000 No. 325

Schedule 5...........................

am. 1994 No. 5; 1997 No. 421; 2000 No. 180

 

rep. 2000 No. 325

 

Endnote 3—Application, saving and transitional provisions

This endnote sets out application, saving and transitional provisions for amendments of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987.

There are no application, saving or transitional provisions.

 

Endnote 4—Uncommenced amendments

This endnote sets out amendments of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987 that have not yet commenced.

There are no uncommenced amendments.

 

Endnote 5—Misdescribed amendments

This endnote sets out amendments of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Regulations 1987 that have been misdescribed.

There are no misdescribed amendments.