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(1)A person to whom the notification requirements apply who uses a name that has not previously been notified to the police must notify the police of that name.
(2)If there is a change of the home address of a person to whom the notification requirements apply, the person must notify the police of the new home address.
(3)A person to whom the notification requirements apply who resides or stays at premises in the United Kingdom the address of which has previously not been notified to the police—
(a)for a period of 7 days, or
(b)for two or more periods, in any period of 12 months, that taken together amount to 7 days,
must notify the police of the address of those premises.
(4)A person to whom the notification requirements apply who is released—
(a)from custody pursuant to an order of a court,
(b)from imprisonment or detention pursuant to a sentence of a court,
(c)from detention in a hospital, or
(d)from detention under the Immigration Acts,
must notify the police of that fact.
This does not apply if the person is at the same time required to notify the police under section 47 (initial notification).
(5)A person who is required to notify information within section 47(2)(h) (prescribed information) must notify the police of the prescribed details of any prescribed changes in that information.
(6)In subsection (5) “prescribed” means prescribed by regulations made by the Secretary of State.
Such regulations are subject to affirmative resolution procedure.
(7)Notification under this section must be made before the end of the period of three days beginning with the day on which the event in question occurs.
Where subsection (3) applies that is the day with which the period referred to in paragraph (a) or (b) (as the case may be) ends.
(8)In determining the period within which notification is to be made under this section, there shall be disregarded any time when the person is—
(a)remanded in or committed to custody by an order of a court,
(b)serving a sentence of imprisonment or detention,
(c)detained in a hospital, or
(d)detained under the Immigration Acts.
(9)References in this section to previous notification are to previous notification by the person under section 47 (initial notification), this section, section 49 (periodic re-notification) or section 56 (notification on return after absence from UK).
(10)Notification under this section must be accompanied by re-notification of the other information mentioned in section 47(2).
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