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If he missed the court date, the likelihood is that the order will have been made in his absence.
If there is no merit to the order/ application, he needs to apply to have this discharged, but bear in mind the court will be less than impressed that he missed the hearing.
What is the conduct that is alleged?
But there is no evidence that the letters have indeed come from you?
Then it is very likely that this will be overturned once your partner has chance to make representations to the court, if indeed the judge did make the order yesterday.
The form to apply to overturn is the fl403 - see here:
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I would suggest lodging a harassment complaint yourself with the police.
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