Until a day to be appointed1, where a court by or before which a person is convicted of an offence committed on licensed premises2 is satisfied that in committing that offence he resorted to violence or offered or threatened to resort to violence, the court may make an order (an 'exclusion order') prohibiting him from entering those premises or any other specified premises3, without the express consent of the licensee4 of the premises or his servant or agent5.
An exclusion order may be made either:
(1) in addition to any sentence which is imposed in respect of the offence of
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