Section 45. Conditions in connection with release on parole

The court may set the following conditions in connection with release on parole:
  1. a.
    conditions as in the case of a suspended sentence, see sections 35-37,
  2. b.
    a condition that the person released on parole shall be monitored by the correctional services, or
  3. c.
    a condition that the person released on parole shall stay in an institution or municipal residential unit beyond the one-year time frame in section 37, h). Such a condition may only be imposed if special reasons indicate that it is necessary and the institution or municipality has consented. The court may decide that the person released on parole may be held at the institution or the municipal residential unit against his/her will and be returned there in the event of flight, if necessary by force and with the assistance of public authorities.
In connection with release on parole, the correctional services may impose conditions specified in the first paragraph, a) and b), except for conditions specified in section 37, j) (other special conditions the court deems appropriate).
When conditions imposed require the person released on parole to be monitored by the correctional services, measures pursuant to section 56 of the Execution of Sentences Act may be implemented.
The convicted person shall be given an opportunity to comment on the conditions. The same applies to the correctional services when the conditions are imposed by the court.
Section 39, first paragraph, applies correspondingly to amendment of imposed conditions and extension of the parole period.
The person released on parole may apply to the district court for a ruling that conditions specified in the first paragraph, c), shall be set aside or amended, see section 39, first paragraph. Such an application may not be made earlier than one year after the judgment granting release on parole, or the district court's latest ruling, becomes final.
If it is important to the aggrieved person in the criminal case, or such person's survivors, to be informed of the date of release on parole, the correctional services shall notify the aggrieved person or his/her survivors in advance. The notification shall also include conditions imposed pursuant to statute or regulations, when such conditions relate directly to the aggrieved person or his/her survivors.