Racing Board and Racecourses Act, 1945


Miscellaneous Provisions.

Exclusion of certain persons from racecourses.

39.—(1) A Governing Body may by order (in this section referred to as an exclusion order) prohibit a person from being (at the election of that Governing Body) either on any of the racecourses, at which are held races the holding of which requires the sanction of that Governing Body, or on such of those racecourses as that Governing Body think fit and specify in the order.

(2) A Governing Body may revoke any exclusion order made by them.

(3) Where a Governing Body make an exclusion order they shall cause notice of the making of the order to be sent by registered post to the person to whom the order applies and to the executive of each racecourse to which the order relates.

(4) Where an exclusion order is made and any person to whom the order applies is found on any racecourse to which the order applies, any person acting under the direction of the executive of that racecourse may remove such first-mentioned person therefrom and for this purpose may use such force as may be reasonably necessary.