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Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015

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9Obligations after return to the United Kingdom
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(1)The Secretary of State may, by notice, impose any or all of the permitted obligations on an individual who—

(a)is subject to a temporary exclusion order, and

(b)has returned to the United Kingdom.

(2)The “permitted obligations” are—

(a)any obligation of a kind that may be imposed (on an individual subject to a TPIM notice) under these provisions of Schedule 1 to the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act 2011—

(i)paragraph 10 (reporting to police station);

(ii)paragraph 10A (attendance at appointments etc);

(b)an obligation to notify the police, in such manner as a notice under this section may require, of—

(i)the individual’s place (or places) of residence, and

(ii)any change in the individual’s place (or places) of residence.

(3)A notice under this section—

(a)comes into force when given to the individual; and

(b)is in force until the temporary exclusion order ends (unless the notice is revoked or otherwise brought to an end earlier).

(4)The Secretary of State may, by notice, vary or revoke any notice given under this section.

(5)The variation or revocation of a notice under this section takes effect when the notice of variation or revocation is given to the individual.

(6)The validity of a notice under this section is not affected by the individual—

(a)departing from the United Kingdom, or

(b)returning to the United Kingdom.

(7)The giving of any notice to an individual under this section does not prevent any further notice under this section from being given to that individual.

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