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(1)A curfew condition is a condition which requires the person to whom it relates to remain at a place specified in the condition for periods so specified.
(2)A curfew condition may—
(a)require the person not to be in a place, or class of place, so specified at a time or during a period so specified,
(b)specify different places, or different periods, for different days.
(3)A curfew condition may not specify periods which amount to less than nine hours in any one day (excluding the first and last days of the period for which the condition is in force).
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