Related (but not the same): Does the renter/owner of the home have to be present for a search warrant?
Also per a comment on accepted answer on this question: Can I tell police to wait and call a lawyer when served with a search warrant?
From my personal experience previously working with police in England, when a premises search warrant is executed (house/flat/garden/etc), the legal owner and/or occupier do not need to be present. If nobody is present, police would force entry, execute the warrant, leave relevant paperwork inside the premises for the owner/occupier to easily find, make premises safe (e.g. board it up or install new locks/etc.) and leave.
Probably many/most jurisdictions have similar rules.
My question is whether there are any jurisdictions where search warrant cannot be legally executed if the owner/occupier is not present.