(1) [Subject to the following provisions of this section], a release on bail of a person under this Part of this Act shall be a release on bail granted in accordance with [sections 3, 3A, 5 and 5A of the Bail Act 1976 as they apply to bail granted by a constable].
[(1A) The normal powers to impose conditions of bail shall be available to him where a custody officer releases a person on bail under [this Part (except sections 37C(2)(b) and 37CA(2)(b))].
In this subsection, “the normal powers to impose conditions of bail” has the meaning given in section 3(6) of the Bail Act 1976.]
[(1B) No application may be made under section 5B of the Bail Act 1976 if a person is released on bail under section [. . . 37C(2)(b) or 37CA(2)(b)] above.
(1C) Subsections (1D) to (1F) below apply where a person released on bail under section [. . . 37C(2)(b) or 37CA(2)(b)] above is on bail subject to conditions.
(1D) The person shall not be entitled to make an application under section 43B of the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980.
(1E) A magistrates' court may, on an application by or on behalf of the person, vary the conditions of bail; and in this subsection “vary” has the same meaning as in the Bail Act 1976.
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