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Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act 2011

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(1)If the Secretary of State extends or revives a TPIM notice (see section 5(2) or 13(6))—

(a)the individual to whom the TPIM notice relates may appeal to the court against the extension or revival; and

(b)the function of the court on such an appeal is to review the Secretary of State's decisions that conditions A, C and D were met and continue to be met.

(2)If the Secretary of State varies measures specified in a TPIM notice (and the variation does not consist of the relaxation or removal of measures) without the consent of the individual to whom the TPIM notice relates (see section 12(1)(c))—

(a)the individual may appeal to the court against the variation; and

(b)the function of the court on such an appeal is to review the Secretary of State's decisions that the variation was necessary, and continues to be necessary, for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by the individual in terrorism-related activity.

(3)If the individual to whom a TPIM notice relates makes an application to the Secretary of State for the variation of measures specified in the TPIM notice (see section 12(2))—

(a)the individual may appeal to the court against any decision by the Secretary of State on the application; and

(b)the function of the court on such an appeal is to review the Secretary of State's decisions that the measures to which the application relates were necessary, and continue to be necessary, for purposes connected with preventing or restricting involvement by the individual in terrorism-related activity.

(4)If the individual to whom a TPIM notice relates makes an application to the Secretary of State for the revocation of the TPIM notice (see section 13(3))—

(a)the individual may appeal to the court against any decision by the Secretary of State on the application; and

(b)the function of the court on such an appeal is to review the Secretary of State's decisions that conditions A, C and D were met and continue to be met.

(5)If the individual to whom a TPIM notice relates makes an application to the Secretary of State for permission—

(a)the individual may appeal to the court against any decision by the Secretary of State on the application (including any decision about conditions to which permission is subject); and

(b)the function of the court on such an appeal is to review the decision.

(6)In determining the matters mentioned in subsections (1) to (5) the court must apply the principles applicable on an application for judicial review.

(7)The only powers of the court on an appeal under this section are—

(a)power to quash the extension or revival of the TPIM notice;

(b)power to quash measures specified in the TPIM notice;

(c)power to give directions to the Secretary of State for, or in relation to,—

(i)the revocation of the TPIM notice, or

(ii)the variation of measures the TPIM notice specifies;

(d)power to give directions to the Secretary of State in relation to permission or conditions to which permission is subject.

(8)If the court does not exercise any of its powers under subsection (7), it must dismiss the appeal.

(9)In this section “permission” means permission for the purposes of measures specified in a TPIM notice (see, in particular, paragraph 13 of Schedule 1).

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