In this Part--
"corresponding law" means a law of another jurisdiction that contains provisions that substantially correspond with this Part or a law of another jurisdiction that is declared by the regulations to be a corresponding law for the purposes of this Part.
"defendant" means the person against whom a DVO is made.
"domestic violence concern" --see section 98W.
"domestic violence order" ) means a local DVO, an interstate DVO or a foreign order.
"final DVO" means a DVO that is not an interim DVO.
"foreign order" means a New Zealand DVO.
"general violence order" means--
(a) an intervention order under the Intervention Orders (Prevention of Abuse) Act 2009 of South Australia, or
(b) a violence restraining order under the Restraining Orders Act 1997 of Western Australia, other than--(i) a violence restraining order made under section 11B of that Act, or(ii) a police order under that Act.
(a) any DVO made by a police officer,
(c) a temporary protection order under the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 of Queensland,
(d) any DVO declared by the regulations to be an interim DVO.
(a) the police force of another jurisdiction, or
(b) any other agency of another jurisdiction responsible for the enforcement of DVOs in that jurisdiction.
(a) New South Wales,
(b) a jurisdiction in which a corresponding law is enacted.
(a) amend or modify the DVO,
(b) add further conditions, prohibitions or restrictions to the DVO or vary or delete conditions, prohibitions or restrictions,
(c) extend or reduce the period in which the DVO remains in force.