(1) A sample taken under an interim order must not be analysed unless:
(a) the sample is likely to perish before a final order is made; or
(b) a final order is made.
(2) A person who conducts an analysis in the circumstances set out in paragraph (1)(a) must not intentionally disclose the results of the analysis to any person:
(a) during the period before a final order is made; or
(b) if the interim order is disallowed.
Penalty for a contravention of subsection (2): Imprisonment for 12 months.