Until a day to be appointed1 a person who enters any premises in breach of an exclusion order2 is guilty of an offence3. The court by which a person is convicted of such an offence must consider whether or not the exclusion order should continue in force, and may, if it thinks fit, by order terminate the exclusion order or vary it by deleting the name of any specified premises; but an exclusion order may not otherwise be affected by a person's conviction for such an offence
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