The court1 may vary or discharge a prohibition order or a premises order on the application of:
(1) the person who applied for the order (if any)2;
(2) the person against whom the order was made3; or
(3) any other person who is significantly adversely affected by the order4.
Where a prohibition order is made following conviction5, the court may also vary or discharge the order on application6. Where a prohibition order or a premises order imposes an access prohibition7 and an application for the variation of the order is made8 before the expiry of the period for which the
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