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Orders Are Orders is a 1955 British comedy film directed by David Paltenghi, and featuring Brian Reece, Peter Sellers, Sid James, Tony Hancock, Raymond Huntley, and Bill Fraser. Eric Sykes contributed to the script and appears in a minor role. It was a remake of the 1933 film Orders Is Orders.

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  1. kimbapuppy

    VIC Notice of Discontinuance - what happens to Interim Orders issued?

    I applied for a second Initiating Application as my ex made false family violence allegations to suspend the Final Parenting Orders (from the first Initiating Application). The second Initiating Application was to reinstate my access to the children as per specified in the Final Parenting...
  2. G

    NSW contravention of orders

    contravention of orders only in place for 8 months mother not allowing contact.now since fathers day.. delay in access due to covid for three weeks then denied access due to changeover which became quite abusive to my son. awaiting legal aid to apply due to extensive legal costs. my son has...
  3. G

    NSW family court orders not followed

    my son's daughter is 2 years old court orders in place since January this year. she complied with orders in the main for 8 months . We havent seen her for three months now as refuses to comply it is possible that she has moved as well. very concerned. Best option for urgent action.
  4. T

    NSW Court awarded interest and pecuniary penalty orders. Are they taxable?

    If the Federal Circuit Court orders an employer pay backpay, presumably the employee must declare it for tax, but what about interest and pecuniary penalty orders?
  5. H

    NSW What is the correct process to have parenting orders revised?

    Can new orders be put forward via an initiating application to Family Court by the other party without even acknowledging or revising the current orders? I was under the impression that to vary current orders you had to prove to the court that there has been a significant change in circumstances...
  6. AdjournedAgain

    QLD No longer executing court orders

    I need some help understanding what to do in the following situation; Separated on 31st January 2017. Divorced on 6th January 2018. Court Orders Approved 3rd August 2020 (Inclusive of parenting and financial) In the midst of executing the house settlement, although he has signed the discharge...
  7. S

    NSW Are We Breaching Orders

    Hi, We have interim consent orders which state that if either party want to take kids out of state 21days notice is given. They also state we have Week about for school holidays. Wednesday night we get a message to state that she has booked flights interstate for this Saturday and she will not...
  8. A

    Ex non-compliant with Orders by Consent

    In early August at our interim hearing, the ex, the ICL and I agreed to Orders by Consent for each party to pay money to a trust account by mid September to engage a Chapter 15 expert. I paid the money, now the ex is claiming she does not have the money and is requesting 6 months to pay in...
  9. C

    Divorce court orders help

    Can someone give advice over divorce court orders? I am posting this on behalf of my wife. She seperated from her ex and he took her to Qld court to settle 4 years ago. She did not attend the court hearing. So of course the entire settlement was all in his favour. He retained all of the...
  10. G

    SA defended hearing? is this prejudice?

    Hey. Ive posted previously about an issue I had with orders by consent made from a judicial assessment conference. Most of that is not really relevant to this issue though. These conferences are with a judge, fast only lasting like an hour. We come to terms at that hearing. 5 days later when...