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(1)A notice under section 61(4) may not require the person subject to the order to report or surrender the person’s passport except in the control period in relation to—
(a)a regulated football match outside the United Kingdom; or
(b)a designated external tournament which includes such matches.
(2)In subsection (1)—
“control period” in relation to a regulated football match outside the United Kingdom means the period—
beginning 5 days before the day of the match; and
ending when the match is finished or cancelled;
“control period” in relation to a designated external tournament means the period—
beginning 5 days before the day of the first football match outside the United Kingdom which is included in the tournament;
ending when the last football match outside the United Kingdom which is included in the tournament is finished or cancelled;
(but, for the purposes of paragraph (a), any football match included in the qualifying or pre-qualifying stages of the tournament is to be left out of account);
“designated” means designated by the Scottish Ministers by order; and
“external tournament” means a football competition which includes regulated football matches outside the United Kingdom.
(3)Where a notice under section 61(4) requires the person subject to the order to surrender the person’s passport, the passport must be returned to the person as soon as reasonably practicable after the control period in question.
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