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  Quote immscams Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: Change of venue
    Posted: 27/September/2017 at 09:35
Hi to all,
first post here even so I used to surf the forums looking for information.

I've a complaint about 2 Magistrate Judges for failing in their duties, they have been delaying my prevention order case, I'm the defendant.
After 7 months of struggling at the court and attending several audiences, a Judge has stated that the application I made "7 months ago" to dispute/change the prevention order was wrong!
When I applied for a revocation order the Judge accepted my special circumstances and apologies and so he let the case go thorugh and adjourned the matter.
I'm been supported by Legal Aid and I always followed their directions including the Judges rulings, so why only after 7 months this crap came up?

Could anyone tell me if this change of venues is possible?
The staff at the Magistrate has messed with the case, no apology, no formal admission for it, but now I'll pay the price for it!

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  Quote Luisa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28/September/2017 at 09:52
OK first up what's a prevention order? I have never heard of it. Preventing what?

Second what change of venue? Are you wanting to go to another court? Or are they saying you should have been sent to another court?

And what is the revocation for?

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  Quote immscams Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28/September/2017 at 10:44
Originally posted by Luisa

OK first up what's a prevention order? I have never heard of it. Preventing what?

I believed that creating a thread in the family forums would be obvious to know what is a prevention order, strange that a senior member in a Law forums doesn't know the mening of it.

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  Quote Luisa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28/September/2017 at 13:10
There are prevention orders for serious crime etc. but not for family law. Hence my questions.

Do you mean a contravention order? You being the defendant and seeking a revocation would make sense then.

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  Quote DoogleMcFroogle Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28/September/2017 at 16:01
Originally posted by Luisa

There are prevention orders for serious crime etc. but not for family law. Hence my questions.

Do you mean a contravention order? You being the defendant and seeking a revocation would make sense then.


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immscams - please stick to asking for advice, or giving advice, instead of personal attacks and personal opinions.

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