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08 Aug 12 #348307 by woodbutcher3773
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I just been to court and the judge has made a court order for leave of the country for a two week family holiday abroard ,i have two questions if any one can help.

1.the judge said i had to serve my x and endorse coppy of the court order acn someone put this in layman terms please as the court normaly serve the contact orders as they are normaly agreed.

2. i fly on a tuesday and the judge has said im to collect my daughter on the saturday but if she is not made available that i must go back to the court on the monday how do i do this and what will happen if i do this.Hopefully i shou;ldnt need to thingers crossed.

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08 Aug 12 #348312 by zonked
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Hats off to you for getting the order!

1. I think (but am not sure) that what is meant is that the order is not effective until it''s served on the ex, and, that after service you are required to sign an affidavid at court to confirm service.

Quickest way to get clarification would be to phone the court clerk.

My advice would be to use a process server to serve court order.

2. You would attend court in the morning and ask the clerk to speak on a judge on an ex parte basis.

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08 Aug 12 #348318 by Fiona
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I''m glad you went. ;)

I think the judge is saying you serve your ex with a copy of the contact order with a warning notice attached. Contact orders should be "endorsed" with warnings which indicate the seriousness of breaching contact orders and explanatory information about orders, including the consequences of breaching an order. Does that sound right?

If I remember correctly you said in the past your ex complied with newly made orders so let''s hope she does with this one.

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09 Aug 12 #348433 by woodbutcher3773
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Sound right order states i have consent to take my daughter out of the duristriction of the court it also states in the order this is serious as that my x has been taken to court for a enforcement order the judge has also said in the order if not complied with there is a good chance that there will be a fine or even prison as well as the warning notice on the bottom.

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09 Aug 12 #348442 by woodbutcher3773
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:huh:So i guess i just need to serve my x then confirm to the court the date time and place and how it was served.

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09 Aug 12 #348533 by Fiona
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Form C9 is the Statement of Service you need to complete and hand in to the court, I think.

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