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Q: What is the definition of a restraining order in Texas?
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How do you get a restraining order removed?

How do you get a restraining order removed?

Can you cancel an existing restraining order?

can you cancel a restraining order?

What does PRO mean in a restraining order?

Permanent Restraining Order

How long does a restraining order last in Texas?

There is no set time limit. The term(s) of restraining orders are set by the Judge at the time they are issued, depending upon the circumstance.

What is a sentence for restraining?

I have a restraining order against him.Why are the police restraining him?

Can you file a restraining order in response to a restraining order?

No, but you can file for your own separate restraining order too if you have proof that you have been abused.

What is a dov restraining order?

I think you mean a DV restraining order: It is a domestic violence restraining order. It is a court order that can help protect people from abuse.

What is a restraining notice?

A restraining notice is an order of protection. If you have a restraining order against someone then they can't be within a certain feet of your.

How do you find information on a restraining order in Texas?

Go to the court that issued the order, the Clerk Of Court office should have a copy on file that you can view.

How can I dismiss a temporary restraining order?

If you filed the restraining order, you can withdraw it. You must go back to the court where you filed the restraining order and ask that it be dropped.

If you live in the state of Texas and are seventeen years old and have a boyfriend but parents have restraining order against him is it still legal to live with him?

your parents have the restraining order against him so you can still live with him as long as he stays away from your parents.

Do you have to be a citizen to file a restraining order?

No - anyone, citizen or not, can file, and be granted a restraining order.

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