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Post #29300 by DadNZ on March 29th 2010, 10:22 PM (in topic “When does an Interim Order no longer apply?”)

When does an Interim Order no longer apply?:

Thanks for your reply Crazyworld but I am still confused. You say that unless discharged the original order still stands and that the 2nd order is just added on. But then you say that if an order is made in the FMC then it automatically overrides any previous orders and is the only one that stands?

Is there a specific law I can look at that tells me if and when previous orders still stand? I haven't had the FM discharge any orders specifically but then I've been told that this happens automatically anyway when the 2nd order is made???

Sorry for still being confused. :$

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Post #29242 by DadNZ on March 26th 2010, 7:19 PM (in topic “When does an Interim Order no longer apply?”)

When does an Interim Order no longer apply?

I have a quick question about the application of court orders.

When my matter first went to the local court a consent order was made between the mother and I. It stated:

1. That the child be returned to the mother.
2. That the father be allowed to phone the child on a Tuesday and Thursday each week.
3. That the father not approach the childs school.

The matter was then adjourned for a few weeks so we could submit affidavits etc. At this hearing the court made the following interim order:

1. That supervised contact occur at [a contact centre] every fortnight for at least 2 hours.
2. That the previous order contiinue regarding telephone contact.
3. Leave to return matter to court within 7 days.
4. That the matter be transferred to the Federal Magistrates Court.

My question is regarding whether the points in the 1st order apply until that order is specifically discharged, or if the 1st order no longer applies as a 2nd order has been made and is therefore the only one that is in force?






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Post #10709 by DadNZ on June 6th 2008, 1:15 AM (in topic “Circuit Week Wollongong FMC”)

Circuit Week Wollongong FMC:

Thanks Monaro I did just that. It was great to see FM Altobelli and how fair and balanced he was. It definitely makes me feel more reassured that I (and my ex) will be before him in court.

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Post #10708 by DadNZ on June 6th 2008, 1:07 AM (in topic “ABC 7:30 Report Tuesday 3th June 2008 - Topic Shared Parenting”)

ABC 7:30 Report Tuesday 3th June 2008 - Topic Shared Parenting:

Just for the record Katie I can see what the message of your post is and see your point. I understand you are just trying to get people to see the positive aspects that can be taken from this report. Despite the numerous errors in its presentation of the issue.

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Post #10067 by DadNZ on May 25th 2008, 10:31 PM (in topic “Circuit Week Wollongong FMC”)

Circuit Week Wollongong FMC

I live in Wollongong and would like to sit in on some hearings at the Federal Magistrates Court in Wollongong. I will be having a hearing here for the first time in about 5 months, and thought it would be good to see how things go.

I thought it might be easier if I was able to meet with any others that may be sitting in as it would be daunting going by myself. So if anyone is in Wollongong and will be at the FMC please let me know.



Thanks.

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