An access prohibition1 may be made in respect of the whole or any part of the premises2 and may include provision about access to a part of the building or structure of which the premises form part3. It may prohibit access to premises by all persons, by all persons except those specified in the prohibition order or the premises order4, or by all persons except those of a description so specified5; and access may be so prohibited at all times, or at all times except those so specified6, and in all circumstances, or in all circumstances except those so
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