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There's no fee when you apply, but you can choose to pay for legal advice to help you. Check if you can get legal aid, which can help to pay for legal advice. You can also get advice on applying for an injunction from a charity, for example Refuge, Women's Aid, Citizens Advice or the Men's Advice Line.
There are two types of injunction you can apply for in the Family Court to protect yourself from domestic violence: an occupation order to exclude someone from your home, and. a non-molestation order to prevent someone from being violent, threatening violence, harassing or intimidating you.
The standard test for the order can be sought is whether or not there is evidence of harassment or risk of violence (or further violence) against a victim. You can get a restraining order against someone if the person has: Abused (or threatened to abuse you) Sexually assaulted you.
A mere allegation of breaching a restraining order or non-molestation order can be enough to result in arrest or a voluntary interview. This can mean further restrictive conditions, a charge, a court case and a substantial sentence if convicted.
There are no costs involved in applying for a protection order, unless an attorney is used. When legal representation is involved, each party usually bears his/her own costs, unless one party acted fictitiously or unreasonably, in which event a court may make a cost order against that party.
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Restraining orders post-acquittal become spent immediately under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. It would not be disclosed on basic or standard criminal record checks but may be disclosed under Police Intelligence on an enhanced check, if it is deemed relevant.
Final restraining orders, or FROs, are a more detailed and often permanent replacement of TROs. A judge may choose to order a FRO at a final hearing, which is scheduled within 10 days after a TRO is ordered. During the hearing, both the victim and the alleged abuser may present testimony to a judge.
Indefinite Restraining Order If there is no date given on the restraining order, then the restraining order will become spent 2 years from the date of conviction. If however the restraining order states that it is 'unlimited', 'indefinite' or is issued until 'until further order', then it will never become spent.
Typically, these restraining orders only last a few weeks prior to a hearing; however, you can usually obtain one without waiting for a long time or before notifying your former spouse. Permanent restraining orders occur after a hearing where you and your former spouse present your cases in front of the court.
What is harassment? The law states that harassment is when a person behaves in a way which is intended to cause you distress or alarm. The behaviour must happen on more than one occasion. It can be the same type of behaviour or different types of behaviour on each occasion.

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