SERVICE, ETC., OF PROCESS WITHIN THE PRECINCTS OF THE PARLIAMENT PROHIBITED 5. No process issued by any Court in the exercise of its jurisdiction shall be served or executed within the precincts of the Parliament while the Parliament or a committee is meeting or through the Speaker, the Clerk or any officer of the Parliament.
STRANGERS NOT ENTITLED TO ENTER OR REMAIN WITHIN THE PRECINCTS OF THE PARLIAMENT 6. A stranger is not entitled, as of right, to enter or to remain within the precincts of the Parliament.
THE SPEAKER MAY REGULATE ADMITTANCE AND CONDUCT OF STRANGERS 7. (1) The Speaker may, by instrument in writing under his hand, give such orders as he may in his discretion deem necessary or desirable for the regulation of the admittance of strangers to, and their conduct within, the precincts of the Parliament.
(2) Not less than one copy of every order given under the preceding subsection shall be authenticated by the Clerk and exhibited in a conspicuous position within the precincts of the Parliament and such a copy when so authenticated and exhibited shall be deemed to be sufficient notice to all persons affected thereby.
THE SPEAKER MAY ORDER A STRANGER TO WITHDRAW 8. (1) The Speaker may at any time in his absolute discretion order a stranger to withdraw from the precincts of the Parliament.
(2) An order may be given under the preceding subsection notwithstanding that the stranger to whom it relates has complied with all relevant orders given under section 7.
EXCLUSION OF A SUSPENDED MEMBER 9. A member who has been suspended by the Speaker from the service of the Parliament shall not enter or remain within the precincts of the Parliament while that suspension remains in force and, if any such member is found within the precincts of the Parliament in contravention of this section, he may be forcibly removed therefrom by any officer.