(1) A retrieval warrant must:
(a) state the Judge or magistrate is satisfied of the matters mentioned in section 29(1) and has had regard to the matters mentioned in section 29(2); and
(i) the name of the applicant; and
(ii) the date the warrant is issued; and
(iii) the kind of surveillance device authorised to be retrieved; and
(iv) the place or thing from which the device is to be retrieved; and
(v) the period (not exceeding 90 days) during which the warrant is in force; and
(vi) the name of the law enforcement officer primarily responsible for executing the warrant; and
(vii) any conditions subject to which a place may be entered under the warrant; and
(viii) the time within which a report for the warrant must be made to the Judge or magistrate under section 58.
(2) A warrant must be signed by the issuing Judge or magistrate and include the name of the Judge or magistrate.
(3) If the Judge or magistrate issues the warrant on a remote application, the Judge or magistrate must:
(a) tell the applicant of:
(i) the terms of the warrant; and
(ii) the date and time of its issue; and
(b) enter the details mentioned in paragraph (a) in a register kept by the Judge or magistrate for the purpose; and
(c) give the applicant a copy of the warrant as soon as practicable.