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It appears that the judge thinks that he is contesting both AVO's
If that is the case you will have to comply because if you do not your APVO may be dismissed.
This should have been raised with the magistrate when he was making the orders so he could look at the matter more closely,. If it was not raised then he has assumed both are contested and he is going to hear them both on the next occasion.
Until then your APVO is still in force on an interim basis.
Call the court and see what they have on record about yours. I believe you do not have final orders and it is set for a hearing.
They will be able to tell you if the defendant is contesting both or just the one.
If you want to tell the court they made incorrect order you have to seek to have it listed before the hearing.
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