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Old 04-28-2016, 03:43 AM
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we have reconciled and due to get married now.
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i m married to him
Did you get married today ?

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I think she is making up the story


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It looks like they have a domestic violence charge (from previous posts), so it MAY come under "Restraining orders - Varying, cancelling, extending or appealing orders"
If so, this bit would be relevant:
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Can I apply to change or cancel a restraining order?

For respondents the court will only give permission to change or cancel a restraining order in limited circumstances.
The respondent/person bound can apply to the court to:
cancel, or
change the conditions of
an interim VRO or a final restraining order.
These people can also apply:
The person protected
A police officer for person bound (or for the public generally if the original order was for the benefit of the public generally)
If a child is the person protected, their parent/guardian/Department for Child Protection and Family Support (CPFS) case manager

How do I apply to vary or cancel a restraining order?

Fill in a Form 8 Application to vary or cancel a restraining order. Under the heading Variation or Cancellation tick the box for what you want.
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garry jatt - no offense but if you can't be of help stop your comments.

Hi JandE we do not have a restraining order this is for assault charges which police cannot drop and can be done at magistrates only. if you know how to go about it pls help.

i have been married but not under the australian law as yet and it is not recognized in australia.


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Old 04-28-2016, 04:51 AM
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Hi JandE we do not have a restraining order this is for assault charges which police cannot drop and can be done at magistrates only. if you know how to go about it pls help.
If the Police did the charging, I doubt anyone but them could change it.

This is something that you do need to talk to the court about, as others have said. Would not have a clue about dropping assault charges.

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What is more important to you, staying in Australia, or not being in an abusive relationship.


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