For more information on online injunction applications, please visit the “Victims of Crime” website. What is a contract of conduct? If you and the other party will appear in court and the other party agrees to an FVRO conducted without trial, an enforcement agreement is granted. By agreeing to order the conduct agreement, the other party does not accept that the domestic violence took place. The Conduct Agreement Order may contain all restrictions and conditions that may be included in an FVRO. Unless you violate the order. You must comply with the conditions set out in the order. If you do not do so and you violate the order, the police may charge you with a misdemeanor. A CAD is the name given to the order if a respondent accepts an FVRO without authorization. It is considered an FVRO within the meaning of the Restraining Orders Act 1997 (AV). The new type of injunction created by the amendment recognizes the fact that domestic violence is often more than physical violence.

From 1 July 2017, anyone who is subjected to violence at the hand of a family member can apply for a Family Training Order (FVRO) instead of a violence order. The existing VRO will continue to cover cases of violence against non-family members and the Misconduct Restraining Order (MRO) will continue to operate as usual. If you ask that the case be postponed, the judge normally postpones it for four weeks so that you can get legal advice before the next hearing. The judge may issue an interim protection order to victims pending a new order or until the next hearing. A person who controls what happens in the higher courts and deals with legal matters. You can also give us feedback by writing to us at GPO Box 2449, Brisbane, Q 4001, call 1300 65 11 88 and speak to our employees or send an email complaints@legalaid.qld.gov.au Will the authorized user hiring my application be my lawyer? Authorized users are not considered your legal representative. You are only helping to submit your application. A court order that prevents a person from travelling to a particular area or place. The order could prohibit a person from going to a public place or obtaining near the family home after an intervention order has been issued against them. The last order the court receives to close a court proceeding.

A copy of the actual domestic violence request will be served on you by the police – read it carefully, as it explains when and where you need to go to court. To address domestic violence cases, the court now has the power to order interviewees to participate in a behaviour change program (PCO). For fees levied in proceedings for interim measures for misconduct, see fees. Court order authorizing the executor to process and distribute the estate. Documents can be given to the judge, such as photos and medical reports, to support your story. You can also bring witnesses. After hearing all the evidence, the judge will decide whether to order you. A CAO is not a business, as a CAO is a court order enforceable by the police and courts. Legal Aid provides free legal information, recommendations and advice for queenslanders.

You can access this service by calling 1300 65 11 88 (local call costs from a fixed network anywhere in Queensland). Legal Aid Queensland has specialist lawyers who can help. Can I have an order to cover the children? Yes, if you prove how you fear for your safety, you can also bring evidence of the fear you have for the safety of children.