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No. However, an Order of Protection may contain a provision that your property can not be destroyed.
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Yes, except for the court and law enforcement.
The judge will review your petition. The judge may require you to appear before granting a Temporary Order of Protection. If granted, the judge will issue a Temporary Order of Protection, and a date will be set for a hearing on the petition within 20 days. At the hearing, all parties will have an opportunity to be heard by the judge. The judge may grant the petition of an Order of Protection for a specific time period or deny it.
There is no cost that you are required to pay.
Immediately upon issuance. The Temporary Order of Protection remains in effect until the hearing on the petition.