Prior to the introduction of immigration bail1, an immigration officer or constable had power to arrest without warrant a person who had been released pending an appeal2:
(1) if he had reasonable grounds for believing that that person was likely to break the condition of his recognisance that he would appear at the time and place required or to break any other condition of it, or had reasonable ground to suspect that that person was breaking or had broken any such other condition3; or
(2) if, a recognisance with sureties having been taken, he was notified in writing by
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