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(1)On the application of—
(a)the relevant authority that obtained an antisocial behaviour order; or
(b)the person subject to such an order,
the sheriff may vary or revoke the order.
(2)Where the person subject to the order is a child, the sheriff shall, in determining whether to vary or revoke it, have regard to any views expressed by the Principal Reporter.
(3)Before making an application under this section—
(a)a relevant authority shall consult the relevant consultees; and
(b)a registered social landlord shall—
(i)in the case where the person subject to the order is a child, consult the local authority within whose area the person resides or appears to reside about the proposed application;
(ii)in the case where the person subject to the order is not a child, notify that local authority of the proposed application.
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