—(1) If the person subject to an order under section 46 is present in court, the order must be read to him or, if he wishes, explained to him.
(2) If the person subject to the order is not present in court, the court must issue a summons requiring him to appear or, if he is in custody, a warrant instructing the officer in whose custody he is to bring him before the court.
(3) The court may issue a warrant for a person’s arrest if the court is satisfied that, based on a police officer’s report or other information, there is reason to fear a breach of the peace and that this can be prevented only by the person’s immediate arrest.
(4) A copy of the order under section 46 must accompany every summons or warrant issued under subsection (2) or (3).
(5) The copy of the order must be delivered by the officer serving or executing the summons or warrant to the person served with or arrested under it.