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(1)This section applies if a person's leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom—
(a)is varied with the result that he has no leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom, or
(2)The person's leave is extended by virtue of this section during any period when—
(a)an appeal under section 82(1) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 could be brought, while the person is in the United Kingdom, against the variation or revocation (ignoring any possibility of an appeal out of time with permission), or
(b)an appeal under that section against the variation or revocation, brought while the appellant is in the United Kingdom, is pending (within the meaning of section 104 of that Act).
(3)A person's leave as extended by virtue of this section shall lapse if he leaves the United Kingdom.
(4)A person may not make an application for variation of his leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom while that leave is extended by virtue of this section.]
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