Children Act, 2001

Conditions to which community sanction may be made subject.

117.—The conditions to which a community sanction imposed on a child may be made subject include conditions—

(a) requiring the child to attend school regularly,

(b) relating to the child's employment,

(c) aimed at preventing the child from committing further offences,

(d) relating to the child's place of residence,

(e) relating to the child undergoing counselling or medical treatment,

(f) limiting or prohibiting the child from associating with any specified person or with persons of any specified class,

(g) limiting the child's attendance at specified premises,

(h) prohibiting the consumption by the child of intoxicating liquor, and

(i) relating to such other matters as the court considers appropriate in relation to the child.