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(1)A power in TPIM proceedings to quash a TPIM notice, the extension of a TPIM notice, the revival of a TPIM notice, or measures specified in a TPIM notice, includes—
(a)in England and Wales or Northern Ireland, power to stay the quashing for a specified time, or pending an appeal or further appeal against the decision to quash; or
(b)in Scotland, power to determine that the quashing is of no effect for a specified time or pending such an appeal or further appeal.
(2)A decision in TPIM proceedings to quash measures specified in a TPIM notice, or (except as provided in section 14) a decision in TPIM proceedings to quash, or to give directions to the Secretary of State in relation to, a TPIM notice, the extension of a TPIM notice, or the revival of a TPIM notice, does not prevent the Secretary of State—
(a)from exercising any power under this Act to impose measures (whether or not to the same or similar effect as measures to which the decision relates), or
(b)from relying, in whole or in part, on any matters for the purpose of so exercising such a power (whether or not the matters were relied on in exercising powers under this Act in relation to measures or the TPIM notice to which the decision relates).
(3)Schedule 3 (appeals against convictions) has effect.
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