[(1) The only requirements that the Secretary of State may specify in a notice under section 256AA are—
(a) a requirement to be of good behaviour and not to behave in a way which undermines the purpose of the supervision period;
(b) a requirement not to commit any offence;
(c) a requirement to keep in touch with the supervisor in accordance with instructions given by the supervisor;
(d) a requirement to receive visits from the supervisor in accordance with instructions given by the supervisor;
(e) a requirement to reside permanently at an address approved by the supervisor
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