Form AOC-CV-533 "Temporary No-Contact Order Pursuant to the Workplace Violence Prevention Act - Ex Parte" - North Carolina

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File No.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
In The General Court Of Justice
County
District Court Division
Name And Address Of Petitioner /Employer
TEMPORARY
NO-CONTACT ORDER PURSUANT
TO THE WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
VERSUS
Name And Address Of Respondent
PREVENTION ACT
EX PARTE
G.S. 95-264
FINDINGS
The Court hereby finds that:
1. The Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter.
2.
This o rder is entered ex parte. Immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage will result to the petitioner before notice can be
served and responde n t heard in opposition because
(define injury and state why it is irreparable)
and it appears by certificate of the petitioner
the efforts that have been made to give notice and reasons supporting the
petitioner's claim that notice should not be required.
that there is good cause to hear the matter ex parte because the harm
that is intended to be prevented would likely occur if respondent were given prior notice of the petitioner's efforts to obtain
judicial relief.
3.
This o rder is entered after notice has been provided to the responde nt. Present at the hearing were:
the petitoner, represented by
.
the respondent, represented by
.
4.
The petitioner has suffered unlawful conduct by the respondent in that:
5.
Other:
CONCLUSIONS
1. The respondent committed acts of unlawful conduct against the p etitioner .
2.
The petitioner has failed to prove grounds for issuance of a temporary no-contact order.
(Over)
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File No.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
In The General Court Of Justice
County
District Court Division
Name And Address Of Petitioner /Employer
TEMPORARY
NO-CONTACT ORDER PURSUANT
TO THE WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
VERSUS
Name And Address Of Respondent
PREVENTION ACT
EX PARTE
G.S. 95-264
FINDINGS
The Court hereby finds that:
1. The Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter.
2.
This o rder is entered ex parte. Immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage will result to the petitioner before notice can be
served and responde n t heard in opposition because
(define injury and state why it is irreparable)
and it appears by certificate of the petitioner
the efforts that have been made to give notice and reasons supporting the
petitioner's claim that notice should not be required.
that there is good cause to hear the matter ex parte because the harm
that is intended to be prevented would likely occur if respondent were given prior notice of the petitioner's efforts to obtain
judicial relief.
3.
This o rder is entered after notice has been provided to the responde nt. Present at the hearing were:
the petitoner, represented by
.
the respondent, represented by
.
4.
The petitioner has suffered unlawful conduct by the respondent in that:
5.
Other:
CONCLUSIONS
1. The respondent committed acts of unlawful conduct against the p etitioner .
2.
The petitioner has failed to prove grounds for issuance of a temporary no-contact order.
(Over)
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ORDER
It is Ordered that:
1.
T he respondent not visit, assault, molest, or otherwise interfere with the employer or the employer's employee at the employer's
workplace, or otherwise interfere with the employer's operations.
2.
T he respondent cease stalking the employee at the employer's workplace.
3.
T he respondent cease harassment of the employer or the employer's employee at the employer's workplace.
4. T he respondent not abuse or injure the employer, including the employer's property, or the employer's employee at the employer's
workplace.
5. The respondent not contact by telephone, written communication, or electronic means the employer or the employer's employee at
the petitioner's workplace.
6. Other relief deemed necessary and apporipriate by the court:
7. The terms of this order shall be effective
for ten (10) days from the date of this order.
until
(specify date and time
.
if less than 10 days)
8. It is ordered that the parties appear at the time and date set out below for a hearing on whether a permanent no-contact order
should be entered.
Date Of Hearing
Time Of Hearing
Location Of Hearing
AM
PM
Date
Name Of District Court Judge Or Designated Magistrate (Type Or Print)
Time
AM
PM
Signature Of District Court Judge Or Designated Magistrate
NOTICE TO RESPONDENT:
A KNOWING VIOLATION OF A CIVIL NO-CONTACT ORDER SHALL BE PUNISHABLE AS
CONTEMPT OF COURT WHICH MAY RESULT IN A FINE OR IMPRISONMENT.
CERTIFICATION
I certify this O rder is a true copy.
Date
Signature Of Clerk
Deputy CSC
Clerk of Superior Court
Assistant CSC
NOTE TO CLERK:
G.S. 95-268 provides: "The clerk of court shall deliver on the same day that a civil no-contact order is issued, a certified copy of
that order to the sheriff." The statute also provides that a copy of the order shall be issued promptly to and retained by the police
department of the municipality of the employer's workplace. If the employer's workplace is not located in a municipality or in a
municipality with no police department, copies shall be issued promptly to and retained by the sheriff and the county police
department, if any, of the county in which the employer's workplace is located.
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