In what circumstances will a judge order a restraining order against a husband for a year?

Manitoba, Canada


The following excerpt is from Shore-Kalo v. Kalo, 2008 MBQB 74 (CanLII):

In addition, in Shore-Kalo v. Kalo at para. 142 Madam Justice Allen stated the following: . . . Accordingly, I direct that the husband may not make any application regarding the prevention order, without prior leave of the court, for one year. . . .

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