113 Power to arrest for breach of protection order (or related property order)

If a protection order is in force, a constable may arrest, without warrant, a person who the constable has good cause to suspect has—

(a)

contravened the protection order; or

(b)

failed to comply with any condition of the protection order; or

(c)

contravened, or failed to comply with a term and condition of, a related occupation order; or

(d)

contravened a related tenancy order; or

(e)

contravened, or failed to comply with a term and condition of, a related ancillary furniture order; or

(f)

contravened, or failed to comply with a term and condition of, a related furniture order.

Compare: 1995 No 86 s 50