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Could you please explain your situation a little more?
Just to clarify, AVO?
I see, you have posted this in UK law. I will ask for it to be transferred.
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Unfortunately it is depending on what the order actually says.
If it is a matter where she entered and he did nothing and she called the police then he can argue he did nothing.
It all depends on the detail of the order and what happened on the day that the order was allegedly breached
He has to look at the facts and see if they are correct or not.
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I am sorry you fee this way. It is very difficult to give you anything more without seeing the facts but most AVO say he will not approach intimidate etc. If he has done any of this he is in breach.