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  • Non-molestation order conditions

    Hello guys,

    I have an existing non-molestation order against my ex-partner. There were orders made for my ex to follow including deleting all photos he has of me from any electronic device and social media accounts that they may be stored on. He also isn't allowed to discuss the case via social media or with any other person.

    The order expires early next year, I'd like to know whether he can still be arrested if he still has photos of me after the expiration date of the existing order or if he decides to discuss the case after this date?

    I know he can be arrested if he breaches any orders whilst the order is in date but what powers do the police or family courts have if it turns out he still has photos of me after the date or decides to discuss the case.

    Any advice is appreciate.

    Thank you all
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    Without seeing a copy of the Order, one can only rely on your description of what you think are its conditions. To get over that, I suggest you post the Order on here, suitably redacted.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by efpom View Post
      Without seeing a copy of the Order, one can only rely on your description of what you think are its conditions. To get over that, I suggest you post the Order on here, suitably redacted.
      Below is the condition I am referring too:

      "Upon the court reiterating that the Respondent is to delete all photos of the Applicant from their phone and any other electronic devices, including any drives or social media accounts where the photos may be stored. And further stating that there must be no reference of this case on social media, emails or any other communication. The respondent agreeing to these terms".

      " The Respondent is not to distribute any photos of the Applicant"

      I understand if those conditions are found to be breached whilst the court order remains the Respondent can be arrested but I would like to know if the Respondent can be arrested they if they are found not to have deleted all the photos or refers to the case after the expiration date of the court order.

      Sorry that I didn't make this clearer before.

      Thank you

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