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Good morning. I am sorry to hear about what you are going through. No, he likely would not be allowed to. The Judge would order that he keep a distance from you, at all times. It likely will be a distance greater then from your home to the neighbors. Moreover, you can express to the Judge at the hearing, that you believe he will live next door with this other person and ask that the Judge he be kept at a greater distance. The PFA is supposed to protect you and keep him away. If he was living next door, it would be clear that this may not happen and there is a VERY high chance that he would encounter you outside and be able to watch you, a majority of the time. As such, the Judge would likely impose a radius/distance that he could not come to you.
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