The court1 may order the applicant2 and the respondent3 in proceedings for an injunction for the prevention of gang-related violence or drug-dealing activity4 to attend one or more review hearings on a specified5 date or dates6. A review hearing is a hearing held for the purpose of considering whether the injunction should be varied or discharged7. If any prohibition or requirement in the injunction is to have effect after the end of the period of one year beginning with day on which the injunction is granted, the court must order the applicant and the respondent to attend a review
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