Safety and Protection Orders
Note that the relationship only needs to be “intimate” (and not also “committed” as previously) and that relationship does not cease to be an “intimate relationship” for the purposes of this Act by reason only that it is no longer sexual in nature.
Barring Orders and IBOs
• Parents when the abuser is a non-dependent child (i.e. if the abusive child is an adult) and who satisfy the property test.
All of the above include former partners (e.g. former spouse, cohabitant etc.)
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