Part 5 Property orders

Preliminary provisions

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This Part contains provisions about property orders, including provisions indicating that—

(a)

an applicant may, when they apply for, or have, a protection order, apply for all or any of the following property orders:

(i)

an occupation order, giving the applicant the right to personally occupy a specified dwellinghouse (see sections 115 to 119):

(ii)

a tenancy order, vesting in the applicant the tenancy of a specified dwellinghouse (see sections 121 to 123):

(iii)

a furniture order, giving the applicant the possession and use of furniture, household appliances, and household effects in the dwellinghouse in which the parties live or have lived (see sections 133 to 137):

(b)

an applicant who applies for an occupation order or a tenancy order in respect of a dwellinghouse may also apply for an ancillary furniture order, giving the applicant the possession and use of furniture, household appliances, and household effects in the dwellinghouse (see sections 127 to 131):

(c)

the applicant or respondent can apply to have a property order varied or discharged (see sections 120, 124, 132, and 138).