I suspect it will remain unclear to you as well … what is fairly clear is that you are not open to any other possibility than your own assumptions.... Very bad starting point in parenting casesIt is unclear to me how the mother’s below/aforementioned actions don’t represent a risk to the child and/or fit the Family Law Act’s definitions for family violence and/or abuse.
To be a honest, your posts here suggest you *may* be more about being a bit of a smart a** and/or troll/student, rather than someone looking for answers/advice to an actual problem.
That said, If this is in fact a REAL case involving a 7 month old (or 4 months old three days ago) my advice is… now that you have the required S60I certificate, file for orders immediately, then get a lawyer & leave it up to them.... who I’m willing to bet will tell you that regardless of anything relating to s60CC being bought into question or even proved, that apart from the mothers consent, the ONLY thing that is going to convince a court to hand down an interim order for time spent with the father, is a plan that you/him/they submit in an application for orders sought that is both practical & workable in all the circumstances…. That really is all that is going to matter at this point given your circumstances.
In this case, that WILL involve supervised visits initially, which the mother has already proposed … & in itself is proof that the mother is willing to work towards visitation BTW.... which makes some of your other assertions in the context of s60CC baseless as well …. if you think the time offered is not enough, then again it will be up to you the applicant to put forward a practical, workable plan for extra time…