(1) This paragraph applies where at any time while a community order is in force in respect of an offender—
(a) the offender is given permission under section 220A to change residence, and
(b) the local justice area in which the new residence is situated (“the new local justice area”) is different from the local justice area specified in the order.
(2) If the permission is given by a court, the court must amend the order to specify the new local justice area.
(3) If the permission is given by the responsible officer—
(a) the officer must apply to the appropriate court to amend the order to specify the new local justice area, and
(b) the court must make that amendment.
(4) In this paragraph “the appropriate court” means—
(a) in relation to a community order imposing a drug rehabilitation requirement which is subject to review, the court responsible for the order,
(b) in relation to a community order which was made by the Crown Court and does not include a direction that any failure to comply with the requirements of the order is to be dealt with by a magistrates' court, the Crown Court, and
(c) in relation to any other community order, a magistrates' court acting in the local justice area specified in the order.
(a) a court amends the order,
(b) the order as amended includes a residence requirement requiring the offender to
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