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1For the purpose of section 53(2)(b)—S
(a)relevant events are the events specified in the left-hand column of the following table; and
(b)the prescribed information, in relation to a relevant event, is the information in the right-hand column of that table opposite the event.
|Relevant event||Prescribed information|
|A change of any of the names of the person against whom the football banning order is made||The change of name|
|The first use by that person, after the making of the order, of a name for himself or herself which was not disclosed by that person at the time of the making of the order||The newly used name|
|A change of that person's home address||The new home address|
|The acquisition by that person of a temporary address||The temporary address|
|A change of that person's temporary address or that person's ceasing to have one||The new temporary address or, as the case may be, the fact that the person has ceased to have a temporary address|
|The loss of that person's passport||That fact|
|That person's ceasing to have a passport||That fact|
|Receipt by that person of a new passport||The details of the passport|
|An application made by that person under section 57 for variation of the order||That fact|
|An application made by that person under section 58 for termination of the order||That fact|
|An appeal made by that person in relation to the order||That fact|
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