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Order Renewing Domestic Violence Protective Order {CV-314}

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File No. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA In The General Court Of Justice County District Court DivisionName Of Plaintiff VERSUS ORDER RENEWING Name And Address Of Defendant DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDER G.S. 50B-3(b) Pursuant to G.S. 50B-3(b) and the motion filed in this case, the Court held a hearing to determine whether the previous Domestic Violence Protective Order should be renewed. The defendant was given proper notice of this hearing. The previous Domestic Violence Protective Order is attached and incorporated by reference. FINDINGS The Court finds: 1. The motion to renew was was not filed before the previous order expired. 2. (State facts regarding good cause to renew the order; a new incident of domestic violence is not required.) 3. Other: CONCLUSION The Court concludes that there is is not good cause to renew the protective order. Other: ORDER It is ORDERED that a. all provisions of the Domestic Violence Protective Order entered on (give date) , except the award of temporary custody of the minor child(ren) are renewed. b. Because the award of temporary custody was less than the maximum one (1) year, the temporary custody order is. renewed and will expire on (enter date no more than one (1) year from date of original order) . the motion is denied. Other: Date Signature Of Judge Date Of Expiration Of This Order Name Of Judge (Type Or Print) CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE WHEN DEFENDANT NOT PRESENT AT HEARING I certify that this Order has been served on the defendant named and at the address listed above by depositing a copy in a post-paid, properly addressed envelope in a post office or official depository under the exclusive care and custody of the United States Postal Service. Date Signature Deputy CSC Assistant CSC Clerk of Superior Court Other NOTE TO CLERK:A copy of this Order shall be mailed or given to each party, to your sheriff, and to the police department of the plaintiffs residence, if any. AOC-CV-314, Rev. 12/04 2004 Administrative Office of the Courts (Over) <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 File No. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA In The General Court Of Justice County District Court DivisionName Of Plaintiff VERSUS ORDER SETTING ASIDE Name And Address Of Defendant DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDER G.S. 1A-1; Rule 60(b) Pursuant to the motion filed in this case and after proper notice, the Court held a hearing to determine whether the Domestic Violence Protective Order issued on (state date) should be set aside. FINDINGS The Court finds: (state facts found) CONCLUSIONS Based on the facts found, the Court concludes that: It is no longer equitable that the domestic violence protective order should have future application. There is good reason justifying relief from the operation of the domestic violence protective order. There is no good reason justifying relief from the operation of the domestic violence protected order and there is no equitable reason that the order should not have future application. ORDER Therefore, the Court orders that: the Domestic Violence Protective Order entered on (state date) be set aside. the motion to set aside the domestic violence protective order be denied. Date Name Of Judge (Type Or Print) Signature Of Judge AOC-CV-314, Side Two, Rev. 12/04 2004 Administrative Office of the Courts

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