423. Making of order and reference to High Court in urgent cases.

If the Secretary of State decides that a temporary exclusion order1 should be made in relation to an individual2 and reasonably considers that the urgency of the case requires the order to be imposed without obtaining the permission of the High Court3, he may impose the order on the individual4 but must5 refer such imposition to the High Court6. The court must confirm the order if it does not determine that any of the relevant decisions of the Secretary of State are obviously flawed7, and must quash the order if it does so determine8. If the court determines that