property interference

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The entry into or other interfering with property without the knowledge or consent of the owner for the purpose of installing listening, video, or other surveillance device. Authority must be given by a chief police officer or equivalent in the Serious Organized Crime Agency or Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. Under the Police Act 1997, proper authorization absolves those concerned from liability for trespass, criminal damage, or unlawful interference with wireless telegraphy.

Subjects: Law.

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