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(1)References in section 94 to a person’s being convicted of an offence are, in the case mentioned in subsection (2), to be read as references to the court’s being satisfied that the person committed the offence.
(2)That case is the case where—
(a)the person is charged with the offence before a court of summary jurisdiction, and
(b)the court, without proceeding to conviction, discharges the person absolutely under section 246(3) of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995 (c. 46).
(a)a court or the sheriff makes an exclusion order, or
(b)a court makes an order terminating or varying an exclusion order,
the clerk of the court or, as the case may be, the sheriff clerk must send a copy of the order to the premises licence holder in respect of the licensed premises concerned.
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