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The order to leave premises – new solutions to protect those experiencing domestic violence.

The purpose of the solutions introduced in anti domestic violence act is to enable efficient isolation of a person affected by domestic violence from its perpetrator. The key amadement is the authorization of police officers and, in some cases military police, to issue in order to immediately leave shared premisses and its immediate surroundings against a person using domestic violence posing a threat to the life or health of a person affected by the violence.

What is worth to know about this New institution?

This procedure is an already existing form of judicial non-litigious procedure based at the Act on preventing domestic violence and the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure, which allows to isolate person experiencing domestic violence from its perpetrator after judicial review of their motion.  Newly introduced order is complementary because its issued by the police without a long process attributed to the judicial procedure.

However, it is worth to mention that these new amendments introduce some modification in the existing procedure as well;

All of these laws will enter into force 6 months after the promulgation on  November 30, 2020.

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