Inspection warrant, defined.
An inspection warrant is an order in writing in the name of the people, signed by a judge of a court of record, directed to a peace officer as defined in section 29-831, and commanding him to conduct any inspection required or authorized by state or local law or regulation relating to health, welfare, fire or safety.
Source:Laws 1969, c. 231, § 1, p. 858.
Chemigation Act, Nebraska, enforcement, see section 46-1124.
Controlled premises, inspection pursuant to Uniform Controlled Substances Act, see section 28-428.
Energy Code, Nebraska, enforcement, see section 81-1617.
Plant Protection and Plant Pest Act, enforcement, see section 2-1091.