If You Have A No Contact Order Made Against You
This fact sheet explains what it means when the court makes a no contact order against someone involved in a family violence incident. It describes the five types of no contact orders and what might happen if someone breaches the order.View PDF
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- Legal Services Society
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- January 2014 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.
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- breach of a court order, court order, no contact order, legal aid
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