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How long ago was it imposed and was it temporary? The reason I ask is because a hearing typically follows, to determine if it should be permanent and impose
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If you wanted to contest the restraining order, a motion would need to be filed in opposition of it. It is odd that the Judge said it MAY be invalid, since if there was no legal basis for it to be imposed, it should have not been, in the first place. Often times, it is temporarily put in place and then there is a hearing shortly thereafter, to determine if it should be put in place. If you do not think there is a basis for it, you can ask that it be vacated and dropped and a hearing will be set for you and the other party to appear, to present evidence, to show and support why and if it needs to be imposed.