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13.—(1) A prohibition order must record the decision of the Secretary of State, the date on which the order is made, and the date on which the order takes effect.
(2) A prohibition order must in addition record—
(a)whether an application for a review of the order by the Secretary of State may be made under regulation 16, and
(b)if such an application may be made, the minimum period before the end of which no such application may be made and the procedure for making such an application.
(3) A prohibition order takes effect on the date on which notice of the order is served on the teacher to whom the order relates.
(4) The Secretary of State must—
(a)serve notice of the prohibition order on the teacher to whom the order relates;
(b)serve notice of the order on the teacher’s employer and, where arrangements have been made by a person for the teacher to carry out work at the request of or with the consent of a relevant employer, that person.
(5) The notice referred to in paragraph (4)(a) must contain the following information:
(a)the text of the order;
(b)a description of the effect of the order;
(c)the reasons for making the order; and
(d)notification of the right to appeal to the High Court against the order within 28 days of service of notice of the order.
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