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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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    VIC Can I put Contravention of orders, urgent Recovery orders and non-urgent Relocation orders in one application?

    Hi , 3 years ago, me and my ex got a final parenting order by consent, in which it says 1, our child is to be enrolled in school A, without prejudice for either parent to seek orders for alternative school choices. And 2, before the child turns 9, he lives with me for 6 nights per fortnight...
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    NSW How to ensure a loan is repaid when the Family Court make Final Orders

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    Court Orders (debt recovery)

    Can a magistrate sign off on a court order for the recovery of a debt or does it have to be a judge?
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    NSW Stop Work Order

    NCAT Stop Work Order. I am an Applicant in NCAT proceedings where the Respondent has been issued with Stop Work Orders, and is now in breach, by continuing with the work. NCAT was notified, but is letting it go until the next hearing, which, ironically, is timetabled by the Member a few days...
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    Yet another parenting orders Q

    OK. So it never really ends, does it? It turns out that our parenting orders are just vague enough that there's some confusion about my time with the children over the Easter holidays. Here in Victoria at least, school holidays started on Friday 8th April. School officially goes back on Tuesday...
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    WA Interpreting Orders- Stalemate

    Good morning brains trust, seeking some thoughts on the situation below. Orders have been in place for care of children (now 10 and 12) since October 2018, however there continues to be high conflict between parents, and there are often attempts to "imaginatively" interpret the orders to...
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    VIC Changing retrospective custody orders

    Hi All, Be great to get some opinions here. **Summary** 1) Final Custody Orders - Aug 2021 2) Subsequent Parenting Plan (SPP) - Jan 2022 (Pursuant to Section 64D of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth)) 3) This Parenting Plan essentially changed 2 things. It gave me (the father) an addition overnight...
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    Consent orders and law firm

    I'll try and be brief. My girlfriend has spent about $5k trying to get consent orders drawn up. This hasn't happened for a myriad of reasons, her ex being a pain in the arse, plus his solicitor making a number of boo boos on the consent orders. Now her law firm need another $3k for a retainer...
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    VIC Review of orders application or complaint?

    Hello all, I am currently in a custody battle which was started in 2020. There is long standing and proven family violence, mental health issues, substance abuse and child injuries. In February this year there was a interim defended hearing and unbeknown to me my legal representation had...
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    Interpretation of orders where additional information is supplied in parentheses.

    Following final orders requiring parenting coordinator involvement, I have participated in numerous sessions without reaching agreement with my ex due to interpretation of the order related to the long school holiday period. A clause relating to being 'unable to agree' is in effect now and as a...