On 25 November 2017, new laws come into effect to allow authorities to enforce intervention orders anywhere in Australia, regardless of where they were issued.
The National Domestic Violence Order Scheme is aimed at providing better protection to victims of domestic violence, by ensuring orders issued after this date are automatically recognised in any state or territory.
More information on the program can be found on the Courts Administration Authority website.
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