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(p. 405) 35. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: Emergency Protection and Enforcement 

(p. 405) 35. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: Emergency Protection and Enforcement
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(p. 405) 35. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: Emergency Protection and Enforcement
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Jane Sendall

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10.1093/he/9780198787716.003.0035
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date: 06 December 2019

This chapter discusses the circumstances in which an order under the Family Law Act 1996 (FLA 1996) will be made without notice to the other party to proceedings; and the availability and methods of enforcement of orders made under the FLA 1996. A client who requires protection urgently is dealt with by applying for an order without notice. The court can only make an order without notice if there is risk of significant harm to the applicant, or the applicant will be deterred from pursuing the application, or the respondent is avoiding service.

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