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Occupation order

This is an order which prevents the respondent from residing in the same household as you. These orders can be extended to restrict the respondent from entering into a specific area, for example, within the vicinity of the your home.

Such an order is granted if there is risk of violence to the applicant and or any child, if the abuser is left to remain in the same household.

This order can even be made by an applicant who has no right to reside in that particular home.

An occupation order usually lasts for a specific period such as one month, six months or even one year and a power of arrest can also be attached to this order. This means that if the order is breached the respondent will be arrested.

Jason

Even though I live outside of London I was happy I chose Saracens to help me with my divorce matter. It was important that I had solicitors whom I could trust and would deal with my case properly and get me the desired outcome

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