Section 46. Breach of conditions for preventive detention, etc.

Upon request, the district court may by judgment decide that the person released on parole shall be returned to preventive detention, or impose a further parole period and new conditions if
  1. a.
    the person released on parole seriously or repeatedly breaches imposed conditions during the parole period,
  2. b.
    the person released on parole commits a further criminal act during the parole period, or
  3. c.
    special reasons no longer warrant release on parole pursuant to section 45, first paragraph, c).
The prosecuting authority's application for such a judgment must be submitted to the court within three months of the end of the parole period. If the person released on parole is being monitored by the correctional services, the correctional services shall provide comment before judgment is passed. The convicted person shall insofar as possible be given an opportunity to comment.
In cases pursuant to the first paragraph, b), the court may pass an aggregate sentence for both acts or a separate sentence in respect of the new act.
If the institution or municipality withdraws its consent pursuant to section 45, first paragraph, c), the released person shall be returned to preventive detention.