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12. In Part 50 (Civil behaviour orders after verdict or finding)—
(a)in rule 50.2 (Behaviour orders: general rules), for paragraph (1)(a) substitute—
(i)what order is proposed and why, and
(ii)the evidence in support;”; and
(b)for rule 50.4 (Evidence to assist the court: special rules), substitute—
“50.4. (1) This rule applies where the court can make on its own initiative—
(a)a football banning order;
(b)a restraining order;
(c)an anti-social behaviour order; or
(d)a drinking banning order.
(2) A party who wants the court to take account of evidence not already introduced must—
(a)serve notice in writing on—
(i)the court officer, and
(ii)every other party,
as soon as practicable (without waiting for the verdict);
(b)in the notice, identify that evidence; and
(c)attach any written statement containing such evidence.”.
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