180.For the purposes of Chapters I, III and V and the regulations made under this Act by the Government and the Minister, the Minister may authorize a person to act as an inspector and to enter at any reasonable time the premises of a heritage property, an archaeological property or site, or a protection area, and there to carry out the excavations and expert work required, including
(1) take photographs or make recordings of the premises and the property found on them, take samples free of charge and conduct analyses; and
(2) require any information pertaining to the application of this Act or the regulations, or require the release, for examination or copying purposes, of any document pertaining to their application.
The first paragraph also applies with respect to
(1) property that may have heritage value, in order to establish whether there is a real or perceived threat of significant degradation; and
(2) any immovable designated in the notice of intent to establish a protection area.