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Hi, I'm Lea and I have reviewed your query.
when was the NMO against you made?
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Okay, no problem.
Have you had the follow on hearing since it was granted?
So on what basis do you want an NMO against her if you accepted the one against you?
The NMO prevents you from doing something, not her.
You really ought to have defended it at the time, though it is understandable that you did not feel able to. However, it will be a complete uphill struggle for you to obtain an order against her now, or have the one she has against you withdrawn. But that doesn't mean you cannot make an application if you so choose.
To make an application for an NMO, you will need to complete form FL401, there is no fee for this application to be made to the court.
To apply to discharge or vary the NMO against you, you need form FL403 - there may be a fee for this and you will need to ask the court you file at what it is. You need to file at the court that issued the order against you.
You're very welcome.
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All the best.