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Just a general application for an injunction using form N16a (attached). It is one form per defendant. A without notice injunction is possible - no warning is required - if it is warranted (e.g. if there is a danger the defendant would cause a problem for you become violent/get revenge etc).
Yes, as there is an allegation of harassment if you put them on notice, so my view is the court would deal with it "without notice"
There can an "interlocutory" hearing during proceedings which just means the court has a hearing as one of the parties has made an application for some reason. There is no set number of hearings - normally in JR then the outcome is decided on paper
Yes, and if the affected parties want to apply to vary the order then they have a right to do so (as they were not able to before with not being present at the hearing).
And yes to the other question regarding notice and without notice
No, not yet - I would recommend waiting for permission to be granted.
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