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  • G'day icanmakeyeasmile, Thank you for your question. It depends on the jurisdiction. However, you generally have to apply for one at a court. You can apply for a temporary restraining order in the interim in the US and Australia. There is also apprehended violence orders in Australia or harrassment orders in the US. In order to gain a temporary restraining order, you normally need to prove the high likelihood of success upon the merits of one's case and a likelihood of irreparable harm in the absence of a preliminary injunction before such an injunction may be granted; otherwise you may have to wait for trial to obtain a permanent injunction. I have attached sources for your reference. Regards Wikipedia Injunction http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Restraining_order about restraining orders http://incestabuse.about.com/cs/restrainingorders/index.htm Harassment Restraining Order http://www.letswrap.com/legal/hro.htm How to get a restraining order http://www.larcc.org/pamphlets/children_family/get_restraining_order.htm
  • you probably have to go to court for that

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