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Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015

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Restriction on repeated use of powers

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13(1)Where—

(a)a power under paragraph 4 or 5 to retain a document relating to a person is exercised, and

(b)powers under this Schedule have been exercised in the same person’s case on two or more occasions in the previous 6 months,

this Schedule has effect with the following modifications.

(2)References to 14 days (in paragraph 5(2) and elsewhere) are to be read as references to 5 days.

(3)Paragraph 8 has effect as if the following were substituted for sub-paragraph (4)

(4)On an application, the judicial authority must grant an extension if satisfied that—

(a)the relevant persons have been acting diligently and expeditiously in relation to the matters and steps referred to in sub-paragraph (5), and

(b)there are exceptional circumstances justifying the further use of powers under this Schedule in relation to the same person.

Otherwise, the judicial authority must refuse to grant an extension.

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