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Children's Court of Western Australia
Children's Court of Western Australia

Restraining Orders

The Children's Court deals with restraining order applications involving children. This includes whether the order is to protect a child or is against a child.

The person who applies for a restraining order is the applicant. If the application is granted, they are the protected person.

The person the application is made against is the respondent. They are the person bound by the order.

Family Violence Restraining Order

If you need protection due to the risk of family violence from a family member.

Misconduct Restraining Order

If you need protection from someone making trouble or damaging property.

National Domestic Violence Order Scheme

Allows Family Violence Restraining Orders to be enforced across Australia.

Same School Violence Restraining Order

Restraining order to protet a child who attends the same school.

Violence Restraining Order

Protection from personal violence from a person who is not a family member.

See also...

Legal Aid - Restraining Orders

Last updated: 7 February 2023

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