—(1) The bond to be executed by any person subject to an order under section 41 or 50 shall, as the case may be, bind him —
to keep the peace; or
to be of good behaviour.
(2) In the case of subsection (1)(b), it is a breach of the bond to commit, attempt to commit or abet the commission of an offence punishable with imprisonment.
53. A court may, in its discretion, refuse to accept any particular person offered as surety under this Part.
—(1) If a person ordered to give security under section 41 or 50 fails to do so by the date on which the period for the security is to begin, the court may commit him to prison for a period not exceeding the period for which the security is ordered to be given.
—(1) When a court decides that a person imprisoned for failing to give security under this Part may be released without danger to the community or to another person, the court may order that person to be released.
(2) A court other than the High Court shall not exercise this power except in cases where the imprisonment is under its own order or that of a similar court.
—(1) Any surety for the peaceable conduct or good behaviour of a person may at any time apply to a court to cancel any bond executed under this Part.
(2) On receiving the application, the court must issue a summons or warrant, as it thinks fit, requiring the person for whom that surety is bound to appear or to be brought before it.
(3) When that person comes before the court, the court must cancel the bond and order him to provide adequate security for the remaining term of the bond.