[(1) This section applies where a person (“the offender”) has served a fixed-term sentence which was for a term of more than 1 day but less than 2 years, except where—
(a) the offender was aged under 18 on the last day of the requisite custodial period (as defined in section 243A(3)),
(b) the sentence was an extended sentence imposed under [section 254, 266 or 279 of the Sentencing Code],
[(ba) the sentence was imposed under [section 265 or 278 of that Code],] or
[(bb) section 247A applied to the offender in respect of the sentence,]
(c) the sentence was imposed in respect of an offence committed before the day on which section 2(2) of the Offender Rehabilitation Act 2014 came into force.
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