Although a person who is rehabilitated in respect of a conviction1 is to be treated for all purposes in law as a person who has not committed or been charged with or prosecuted for or convicted of or sentenced2 for the offence or offences which were the subject of that conviction3, such rehabilitation does not affect:
(1) any right of Her Majesty, by virtue of Her Royal prerogative or otherwise, to grant a free pardon, to quash any conviction or sentence, or to commute any sentence4;
(2) the enforcement by any process or proceedings of any fine or other
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