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Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010

Section 157 – Review by court of section 145 and 146 orders

686.Section 157 provides that the court is under a duty to keep under review each order made under sections 145 and 146 and consider whether they remain appropriate whilst the proceedings are ongoing.

687.Subsection (3) provides that, where the court considers that the orders might no longer be appropriate, the court must appoint a hearing to review the matter.

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