A court1 may, on an application of a specified authority2, grant an injunction for the purpose of preventing the respondent from engaging in anti-social behaviour3. Injunctions may be granted against a person aged 10 or over4 if:
(1) the court is satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that the respondent has engaged or threatens to engage in anti-social behaviour5; and
(2) the court considers it just and convenient to grant the injunction for the purpose of preventing the respondent from engaging in anti-social behaviour6
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