Intervention Order Forms

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Information form to be completed in order to make an application for an intervention order in respect of family violence.
This form is to be completed to make an application for a personal safety intervention order. Form last updated May 2014.
This form is to be completed to add a respondent to a final order if the additional respondent is an associate of the respondent.
This form is to be completed to add an applicant to a final order if the additional applicant is an associate of the protected person.
This form is to be completed if the respondent is seeking a rehearing of the application for a family violence intervention order.
This form is to be completed if the respondent is seeking a rehearing of the application for a personal safety intervention order.
This form is to be completed if the applicant or respondent are seeking to change, cancel or extend the current intervention order.
This form is to be completed to make an application to vary, revoke or extend a personal safety intervention order.
This checklist must be completed and filed with the Court at all Family Violence Intervention Order (FVIO) hearings other than the day which the proceeding is listed for a contested hearing, unless a magistrate orders otherwise.
Application form to be completed in order to make an application to be permitted to be the holder of a firearm licence. This form can be used if deemed to be a prohibited person as a result of the making of an Intervention Order or as a result of a criminal determination.
A Subpoena may be used to order a person to attend court to give evidence and/or produce a document or thing, for the court hearing.
This form is to be completed and filed with the court if the applicant wishes to withdraw their application for a family violence intervention order.
This form is to be completed and filed with the court if the applicant wishes to withdraw their application for a personal safety intervention order.
This checklist must be completed and filed with the Court at all Personal Safety Intervention Order (PSIO) hearings other than the day which the proceeding is listed for a contested hearing, unless a magistrate orders otherwise.