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These Rules amend the Magistrates’ Courts (Foreign Travel Orders) Rules 2004, the Magistrates’ Courts (Risk of Sexual Harm Orders) Rules 2004, the Magistrates’ Courts (Notification Orders) Rules 2004 and the Magistrates’ Courts (Sexual Offences Prevention Orders) Rules 2004.
These Rules set out information that needs to be included in a foreign travel order, risk of sexual harm order, notification order and interim notification order (the “orders”). This information was previously set out in prescribed forms. These Rules also remove the requirement for a summons in respect of the orders, a sexual offences prevention order or an interim sexual offences prevention order, to be in a prescribed form.
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