A serious crime prevention order1 may contain such prohibitions, restrictions or requirements2 and such other terms3 as the court considers appropriate for the purpose of protecting the public4 by preventing, restricting or disrupting involvement by the person concerned in serious crime5. Examples of prohibitions, restrictions or requirements that may be imposed6 on individuals (including partners in a partnership) by serious crime prevention orders include prohibitions or restrictions on, or requirements in relation to:
(1) an individual's financial, property or business dealings or holdings7;
(2) an individual's working arrangements8;
(3) the means by which an individual communicates or associates with
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