An injunction1 may, for the purpose of preventing the respondent2 from engaging in anti-social behaviour3, prohibit the respondent from doing anything described in the injunction4 and require the respondent to do anything described in the injunction5. An injunction must specify the period for which it has effect6 or state that it has effect until further order7, and may specify periods for which particular prohibitions or requirements have effect8.
A court granting an injunction may attach a power of arrest9 to a prohibition or requirement10 of the injunction if it thinks that the anti-social behaviour in which the respondent has engaged
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