1 Comments Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
Hard to say whether she is attempting to bait you into a breach or what. Very odd for someone who is meant to be afraid though.
As an interested party, you can apply to have the interim order revoked. Anybody's guess if a date will be set prior to your first mention date or not though.
You can submit the evidence you have as a reason to revoke. I wouldn't be attacking her for lying though, even if true. Omissions & inconsistencies are better terms.
Just remember, the magistrate still has to base any decision on the balance of probabilities principal, & the fact still remains that you entered her place of residence with the intent to remove items that were in contention.
That said, the evidence of repeated contact by her since the order was served goes to the heart of whether or not she is indeed fearful of you... Probably good ammunition to seek a revoke of the current order & enter into a joint undertaking...
If you can set out how a FVRO may have a negative effect on you in other areas that may help as well..
jaazzz 2019-02-18 18:49:07