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Everything You Need To Know About A Non Molestation Order.

Mar 7 2020 | Family Law

by Paul Britton

by Paul Britton

Director and Solicitor

In this article
  • Physical abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Financial abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Coercive control
  • Intimidating behaviour
  • Harassment
  • Stalking
Remember...

Only the applicant, the respondent or the courts directly can remove a non-molestation order.

Other types of protection orders.

Several types of orders achieve protection for the applicant, but they are often confused. Other orders that people confuse with a non-molestation include:

Jane who has become a victim and domestic abuse and has now applied for an occupation order
Person who is looking at getting a restraining order
Lady who has got a publication injunction against someone who was posting harmful content about her on social media

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