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14.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the Secretary of State may make an interim prohibition order at any time pending a decision as to whether to make a prohibition order, if the Secretary of State considers that it is necessary in the public interest to do so.
(2) The Secretary of State must give the teacher to whom the interim prohibition order relates seven days’ notice of the intention to make such an order.
(3) The Secretary of State must review an interim prohibition order—
(a)within six months of the order being made; and
(b)thereafter at intervals of six months,
if the teacher to whom the order relates makes an application to the Secretary of State for such a review.
(4) An application under paragraph (3) must be made in writing and must specify the grounds upon which it is made.
(5) An interim prohibition order ceases to have effect if the case is discontinued or found not to be proved, or a decision has been made in relation to the teacher by the Secretary of State under regulation 8.
(6) No application for a review under regulation 16 or an appeal under regulation 17 may be made in relation to an interim prohibition order.
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