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SECTION WORDING
186(4) An authorization shall (a) state the offence in respect of which private communications may be intercepted; (b) state the type of private communication that may be intercepted; (c) state the identity of the persons, if known, whose private communications are to be intercepted, generally describe the place at which private communications may be intercepted, if a general description of that place can be given, and generally describe the manner of interception that may be used; (d) contain such terms and conditions as the judge considers advisable in the public interest; and (e) be valid for the period, not exceeding sixty days, set out therein.

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