What are Family Law Contraventions and Breach of Orders

By | May 10, 2021

support or parenting arrangements, only to have the other parent contravene or disobey the final Orders, causing a breach of orders. There was the case, a father was jailed for six months for contravening family court orders to return a boy from the Middle East to his mother in Australia. In that case, the penalty was employed as a coercive measure designed to compel the father to cause the return of the child, rather than a punitive one.

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