A restraint order1 may be made only on application2 by the prosecutor3 or by an accredited financial investigator4. An order may be made on an ex parte application to a judge in chambers5.
An application to discharge or vary a restraint order or an order6 made to ensure that a restraint order is effective may be made to the Crown Court by the person who applied for the order7 or by any person affected by the order8. On such an application, the court may discharge the order9 or may vary it10. If the prerequisite condition11 for a restraint order which
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