The court1 may vary or discharge an injunction2 on the application of the person who applied for it3 or the respondent4. The power to vary an injunction includes power to include an additional prohibition or requirement in the injunction5, or to extend the period for which a prohibition or requirement has effect6, or to attach a power of arrest, or to extend the period for which a power of arrest has effect
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