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No, getting an order of protection against her will not extend to him whatsoever. Where do you currently live, on the land that is just yours?
Why don't you just change the locks and if he starts pounding on the door and causing a disturbance and threatening you, call the police. After he does that, you would then have grounds to get an order of protection against him.
Does that make sense?