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Misconduct Restraining Orders

Misconduct restraining orders are intended to restrain a person:

  • from behaving in a way that is intimidating or offensive to you or a person for whom you have legal responsibility
  • likely to cause damage to your property
  • from committing a breach of the peace.

You can only apply for a misconduct restraining order if you are recognised by the police or courts as a vulnerable person.

There is a fee for the lodgment of a Misconduct Restraining Order. If you are experiencing financial difficulties, apply to the clerk of courts for a waiver of the fee.

Last updated: 18-Feb-2013

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