Customs Act 1901
(a) consult a lawyer; or
(b) subject to subsection (3), communicate with another person.
Where a person detained under this Subdivision wishes to consult a lawyer, an officer of Customs or police officer must arrange for the person to consult a lawyer of the person's choice.
An officer of Customs or police officer may stop a person so detained from communicating with another person if the officer believes on reasonable grounds that such communication should be stopped in order to:
(a) safeguard the processes of law enforcement; or
(b) protect the life and safety of any person.
While a person is being detained under an order under this Subdivision, or has consented to an internal search under this Subdivision, a detention officer or police officer may ask the person such questions as are reasonable:
(a) to determine whether the person is internally concealing a suspicious substance; or
(b) concerning any such substance found to have been internally concealed by the person.
(a) that the detainee is not obliged to answer any questions asked of him or her; and
(b) that anything said by him or her may be used in evidence; and
(c) of his or her right to consult a lawyer or communicate with another person.
(a) subject to section 219ZG, the person is to be detained at a detention place; and
(b) the detention is to be conducted with such medical supervision as is specified in an order relating to the person's detention under this Subdivision; and
(c) the detainee, his or her representative or (where applicable) a person appointed under subsection 219T(5) or 219X(3) to represent the detainee's interests in relation to this Division may at any time apply to:
(i) if the order was made by a Judge - a Division 1B Judge; or
for the order to be revoked.
(ii) if the order was made by a Magistrate - a Division 1B Judge or a Division 1B Magistrate;