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Legal Advice Guide to Domestic Violence / Harassment

Under The Family Law Act 1996 a person suffering from domestic violence or harassment can seek protection by way of a non-molestation and/or an Occupation Order. A non-molestation order is used to restrain someone from using or threatening violence to the applicant or a relevant child, or from molesting them. An occupation order regulates the occupation of the family home.

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