A provider of approved premises1 must not allow any person to become a resident2 of approved premises or, where that person is a resident, allow them to continue to reside there, unless:
(1) they are on bail3;
(2) they are serving a community sentence4 or are subject to a suspended sentence order5;
(3) they are on licence6;
(4) they are subject to statutory supervision7; or
(5) the Secretary of State considers that residence at the approved premises is necessary for the protection of the public
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