A 'residence requirement' is a requirement to reside1 at approved premises2 by virtue of:
(1) a requirement of any court order3;
(2) any condition of a licence4; or
(3) any requirement imposed under statutory supervision5.
Where a person is subject to a residence requirement the provider of the approved premises must not require that person to end his residence before the expiry of the residence requirement unless:
(a) an emergency has arisen6; or
(b) the resident has broken the house rules and that breach has been reported to the applicable person7.
Where a provider intends to require a resident who is
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