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No, not physical, his behaviour is intimidating and oppressive.
The application foran injunction is court form N 16 a. The fee is £175 and if it goes to court,there is a further fee for the hearing of about £200.
Forms are here http://hmctscourtfinder.justice.gov.uk/HMCTS/FormFinder.do
and fees are here http://hmctscourtfinder.justice.gov.uk/HMCTS/FormFinder.do
and here is a bitabout injunctions http://www.ashfords.co.uk/news/guide_to_injunctions#content
I think it mostunlikely that she would get an injunction to prevent decoration for six months.The application is a difficult one if it goes to court. It could be breach ofcovenant for quiet enjoyment or possibly nuisance.
I am going to bebrutally frank with you and tell you that it is not an application that I wouldmake with any hope of having any chance of long-term success.
She might want totake a firmer line with the police regarding the harassment issue. She needs tokeep a note of dates and times and incidents in case she ever does end uphaving to apply to court for a non-molestation order.
The fact that shemay not have enough income to stay in the property (she is over 18 years ofage, after all) is going to be of little concern to the court.
Indeed, her fathercould simply give her notice to get out and she would have little alternativebut to go, subject to the notice I mentioned in previous question
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