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When You're Told to Have "No Contact"

When You're Told to Have "No Contact"

This online resource explains what it means when someone wants protection from you because you are accused or have been found guilty of abuse or violence (including family violence).

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Legal Aid BC
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last reviewed
June 2022 i Last date reviewed by a qualified expert to ensure content up-to-date. See "Tips" in Clicklaw content criteria (bottom of pageside menu) for details.
resource type
Legal Aid BC, family law protection order, protection orders, no contact order, criminal charges, relationship violence, respondent, charged with a crime, contact with child, limited contact