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29(1)Where a person (in the following provisions of this Schedule referred to as “an appellant”) has an appeal pending under [F1Part 5 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002]and is for the time being detained under Part I of this Schedule, he may be released on bail in accordance with this paragraph.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)An immigration officer not below the rank of chief immigration officer or a police officer not below the rank of inspector may release an appellant on his entering into a recognizance or, in Scotland, bail bond conditioned for his appearance before [F2the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal]F2 at a time and place named in the recognizance or bail bond.
(3)[F3The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal]F3 may release an appellant on his entering into a recognizance or, in Scotland, bail bond conditioned for his appearance before [F4the Tribunal]F4 or the [F5Immigration Appeal Tribunal] at a time and place named in the recognizance or bail bond; F6...
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(5)The conditions of a recognizance or bail bond taken under this paragraph may include conditions appearing to the person fixing the bail to be likely to result in the appearance of the appellant at the time and place named; and any recognizance shall be with or without sureties as that person may determine.
(6)In any case in which [F8the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal]F8 has power or is required by this paragraph to release an appellant on bail, [F9the Tribunal]F9 may, instead of taking the bail, fix the amount and conditions of the bail (including the amount in which any sureties are to be bound) with a view to its being taken subsequently by any such person as may be specified by [F10the Tribunal]F10 ; and on the recognizance or bail bond being so taken the appellant shall be released.
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