Apprehended Violence Orders (AVO’s) are sought under the Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007 where a person has a reasonable fear of being the victim of a violent offence or being intimidated or stalked.
There are two main types of AVO’s:
To obtain a final AVO, the applicant must prove that:
The application will fail if this is not proven on the balance of probabilities.
A standard AVO prohibits the defendant from doing the following to the protected person or anyone they have a domestic relationship with:
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