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How do I know if I have an injuction order

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1 year 5 months ago #507026 by Allcry
How do I tell if I have an injunction or restraining order against me?

Police data access?
Court search?
Scratched head?
Contact the other person?

I'm referring to the exparte ones really! Please let me know how long it takes to do a search, please.


For the background. All is fair in love and hate and divorce

A famous laugh for your ex is to;
- call you during your bail
- email you after they have taken out an injunction


Done a few internet searches for this with no luck. Only to confirm how easy it is to take out these no evidence required, no notice export orders.

thanks in advance

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1 year 5 months ago #507051 by .Charles
Replied by .Charles on topic Re:How do I know if I have an injuction order
An injunction is not effective if the recipient doesn't know about it. It has to be personally served upon the recipient.

If you don't know if there is an injunction you can assume that there isn't one as you've not received any notice.

An ex parte ('without parties') injunction is an injunction obtained without the attendance of the parties (although usually the applicant does attend). The subsequent injunction is then personally served along with the notice of the return hearing where the recipient has a chance to answer the application.

Charles

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1 year 5 months ago #507054 by Allcry
Thank you, Charles, for the clarification.

The exparte is a without notice \"application hearing\". that is without me being there, at court.

But I still need to be served.

Did you know stress lowers your IQ? This is why even solicitors should not represent themselves in court.

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