Where the notification requirements apply1 and the original decision (ie the dealing with the person for the offence2) is varied3, on appeal or otherwise, then:
(1) if the result is that the conditions for application of the notification requirements to a person in respect of an offence cease to be met (and a conviction of, or finding in relation to, a different offence is not substituted4), the notification requirements are treated as never having applied to that person in respect of that offence5;
(2) if the result is that the conditions for application of the notification requirements to a
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