The first condition for making a notification order1 in respect of a person is that under the law in force in a country2 outside the United Kingdom3 either the person has been convicted of a corresponding foreign offence4 and has received an equivalent sentence5 in respect of it6 or a court exercising jurisdiction under that law has, in respect of a corresponding foreign offence, convicted the person or made a finding7 of insanity or disability8 and made the person subject to an order equivalent to a hospital order9: however this condition is not met if there was a flagrant
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