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TI have accepted a restraining order to avoid a protracted

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TI have accepted a restraining order to avoid a protracted case. The Order states "Not to sit or loiter in front of ..............(name of property)". Sitting is quite straight forward but I can't find a legal definition of 'loitering'. My solicitor says that it means lingering with no purpose. Can you help further, please?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Michael Holly replied 5 years ago.

It means "hanging about" outside whether you are standing ,sitting or continually walking past. Loitering would cover all of those

I hope this clarifies it.If there are any further points please reply

Best wishes

Yours sincerely