Where an application for a notification order has not been determined1, an application for an interim notification order may be made2 either in the complaint containing the main application3 or, if the main application has been made, by complaint to the court to which that application has been made by the person who made it4. The court may make an interim order if it considers it just to do so5. An interim order subjects the defendant to the notification requirements6 from the date of service of the order7, so that the initial notification requirement8 must be complied with within
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