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An injunction is a legal and equitable remedy in the form of a special court order that compels a party to do or refrain from specific acts. "When a court employs the extraordinary remedy of injunction, it directs the conduct of a party, and does so with the backing of its full coercive powers." A party that fails to comply with an injunction faces criminal or civil penalties, including possible monetary sanctions and even imprisonment. They can also be charged with contempt of court. Counterinjunctions are injunctions that stop or reverse the enforcement of another injunction.

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    VIC Court Outcomes - IVO & Breeches

    Hello, I have an IVO placed on my ex partner. He has breeched this multiple times. 2 cases show up on EFAS, one I know about. The other, involves the same officer who supported my IVO application but I’ve not been aware of this new court matter & additional date. Hypothetically let’s say both...
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    VIC Multiple IVO Applications (Pest)

    My ex partner has applied for 2 IVO’s in the space of 5 years. The first he didn’t turn up to, thrown out. The second I am currently contesting. I feel he is using the system to further perpetrate family violence toward me. 1. If we presume that this current application is “thrown out” can I...
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    VIC What to do when police unintentionally reveal someone's address in an intervention order case?

    So I'm the respondent in application for an intervention order and the police documentation has unintentionally revealed the current address of the person lodging the complaint. The police redacted the address with a texta, photocopied the original document and gave me a copy, but when holding...
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    VIC IVO served. But allegations are false

    Hi I have an ex that accuses me of stalking, and states THEY HAD AN AIRWING DEPLOYED Trying to find me cos I was on camera or something. pedophilea, breaking and entering, sniffing her underwear, intent to r**e her kid. They are the main big accusations. All completely false. I knew she was...
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    VIC Intervention order

    I’ve had an intervention order placed on me by my next door neighbour mind you I don’t live at the property it’s a renovation project and this lady has become extremely obsessed with my husband and provokes me by sticking up her finger or waving to me or just yelling out hello so the other day...
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    VIC What form to file in Magistrates' Court for Personal Safety Intervention Order?

    Hi, I am wanting to speak on behalf of my friend who is the Applicant in a Personal Safety Intervention Order matter listed at Melb Magistrates' Court. I am admitted as a lawyer but don't practice - My question is, what form do I have to file to give appearance? Registry said Form 25 but that...
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    VIC IVO conditions clarification

    Hello, Could someone please help me clarify the conditions below? I would like to know if I am allowed to contact the protected person directly for general purposes via mobile phone (call or text). Thank you very much
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    VIC IVO- Proof of false statement that resulted in IVO, how can I fight this?

    So in 2019, my mother beat my sister's head in and she called police. My mother was taken away and not charged for some reason. A month after the incident my mother filed for an IVO against the entire family. Her statement she provided to the officer who made the IVOs contradicted the 1st...
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    VIC Leap report and intervention order

    If a lawyer subpoenaed Victoria police for a leap report, will an intervention order older than 10 years show up???
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    VIC IVO could be dismissed at court hearting?

    hi folks, I am the respondent to an ivo in last Nov. I had the first court hearing last Dec, court issued an interim ivo, next court hearing in Sep this year. Interim ivo does not have any specified conditions but those three common conditions. my question is, in the next court hearing, can I...