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Click here to clear your fieldsApplication for:a non-molestation orderan occupation orderFamily Law Act 1996 (Part IV)The courtTo be completed by the courtDate issuedCase numberFee charged/Remission IDNote: If you are an individual applicant, you MUST NOT serve the documents yourself on the person you are seekingthe order against.Please read the notes for guidance below as you complete this form.1 About you (the applicant)If you do not wish your address or telephone number to be made known to the respondent, leave the details belowblank and complete Confidential contact details Form C8.You can get a copy of this form from any family court office or from our website at hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.ukPlease make sure that any documents submitted with this form or at a later date, do not include the confidentialcontact details you wish to withhold.State your title (Mr, Mrs etc), full name, address,telephone number and date of birth (if under 18):State your solicitor’s name, address, reference,telephone, FAX and DX numbers:Solicitor’s feeaccount no.2 About the respondentState the respondent’s name, address and date ofbirth (if known):3 The Order(s) for which you areapplyingThis application is for:a non-molestation orderan occupation orderTick this box if you wish the court to hear yourapplication without notice being givento the respondent. The reasons relied on for anapplication being heard without notice must bestated in the statement in support.FL401 Application for: a non-molestation order/an occupation order (04.17)1 Crown copyright 2017

4 Your relationship to the respondent(the person to be served with thisapplication)Your relationship to the respondent is:(Please tick only one of the following)1Married2Civil Partners3Were married4Former civil partners5Cohabiting6Were cohabiting7Both of you live or have lived in the samehousehold8RelativeState how related:9Agreed to marry.Give the date the agreement was made.If the agreement has ended, state when.10Agreed to form a civil partnership.Give the date the agreement was made.If the agreement has ended, state when.11Both of you are parents of, or have parentalresponsibility for, a child12One of you is a parent of a child and the otherhas parental responsibility for that child13You are having, or have had an intimatepersonal relationship which is or was ofsignificant duration2

14One of you is the natural parent orgrandparent of a child adopted, placed or freedfor adoption, and the other is:(i) the adoptive parentor (ii) a person who has applied for anadoption order for the childor (iii) a person with whom the child hasbeen placed for adoptionor (iv) the child who has been adopted,placed or freed for adoption.State whether (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv):15Both of you are the parties to the same familyproceedings (see also Section 11 below).5 Application for a non-molestation orderIf you wish to apply for a non-molestation order,state briefly in this section the order you want.Give full details in support of your application inyour supporting evidence.6 Application for an occupation orderIf you do not wish to apply for an occupation order,please go to section 9 of this form.(A) State the address of the dwelling-house to whichyour application relates:(B) State whether it is occupied by you or the respondentnow or in the past, or whether it was intended to beoccupied by you or the respondent:(C) State whether you are entitled to occupy thedwelling-house:YesNoIf yes, explain why:3

(D) State whether the respondent is entitled to occupythe dwelling-house:YesNoIf yes, explain why:On the basis of your answers to (C) and (D) above,tick one of the boxes 1 to 6 below to show the categoryinto which you fit1a spouse or civil partner who has home rightsin the dwelling-house, or a person who isentitled to occupy it by virtue of a beneficialestate or interest or contract or by virtue ofany enactment giving him or her the right toremain in occupation.If you tick box 1, state whether there is adispute or pending proceedings between youand the respondent about your right to occupythe dwelling-house.2a former spouse or former civil partner with noexisting right to occupy, where the respondentspouse or civil partner is so entitled.3a cohabitant or former cohabitant with noexisting right to occupy, where the respondentcohabitant or former cohabitant is so entitled.4a spouse or former spouse who is not entitledto occupy, where the respondent spouse orformer spouse is also not entitled.5a civil partner or former civil partner who is notentitled to occupy, where the respondent civilpartner or former civil partner is also not entitled.6a cohabitant or former cohabitant who isnot entitled to occupy, where the respondentcohabitant or former cohabitant is also notentitled.4

Home RightsIf you do have home rights please:State whether the title to the land is registered orunregistered (if known):If registered, state the Land Registry title number(if known):If you wish to apply for an occupation order, statebriefly here the order you want. Give full detailsin support of your application in your supportingevidence:7 Application for additional order(s)about the dwelling-houseIf you want to apply for any of the orders listed inthe notes to this section, state what order you wouldlike the court to make:8 Mortgage and rentIs the dwelling-house subject to a mortgage?YesNoIf yes, please provide the name and address of themortgagee:Is the dwelling-house rented?YesNoIf yes, please provide the name and address of thelandlord:5

9 At the courtWill you need an interpreter at court?YesNoIf yes, specify the language:If you require an interpreter, you must notify thecourt immediately so that one can be arranged.If you or the person to be protected has a disabilityfor which you require special assistance or facilities,please state what is needed. The court staff will thenget in touch with you if necessary.Please say whether the court needs to make anyspecial arrangements for you or the person to beprotected, to attend court (e.g. providing you with aseparate waiting room from the respondent or othersecurity provision).10 Other informationState the name and date of birth of any child livingwith or staying with, or likely to live with or staywith, you or the respondent:State the name of any other person living in the samehousehold as you and the respondent, and say whythey live there:11 Other Proceedings and OrdersIf there are any other current family proceedings ororders in force involving you and the respondent,state the type of proceedings or orders, the court andthe case number. This includes any application foran occupation order or non-molestation order againstyou by the respondent.This application is to be served upon the respondentSigned:Date:Note: if you are an individual applicant you MUST NOT serve the documents yourself on the person you areseeking the order against.6

Application for non-molestation order or occupation orderNotes for guidanceSection 1If you do not wish your address to be made known to therespondent, leave the space on the form blank and completeConfidential contact details Form C8. You can get a copy ofthis form from any family court office or from our website athmctsformfinder.justice.gov.ukwithin this category but will fall within the category of marriedpeople or people who are civil partners of each other.Those who live or have lived in the same household do notinclude people who share the same household because one ofthem is the other’s employee, tenant, lodger or boarder.If you are under 18, someone over 18 must help you make thisapplication. That person, who might be one of your parents, iscalled a ‘next friend’.You will only be able to apply as a relative of the respondent ifyou are:(A) the father, mother, stepfather, stepmother, son, daughter,stepson, stepdaughter, grandmother, grandfather, grandson,granddaughter of the respondent or of the respondent’s spouse,former spouse, civil partner or former civil partner.If you are under 16, you need permission to make thisapplication. You must apply to the High Court for permission,using this form. If the High Court gives you permission to makethis application, it will then either hear the application itself ortransfer it to a county court.(B) the brother, sister, uncle, aunt, niece, nephew or first cousin(whether of the full blood or of the half blood or by marriageor by civil partnership) of the respondent or of the respondent’sspouse, former spouse, civil partner or former civil partner.Section 3An urgent order made by the court before the notice of theapplication is served on the respondent is called a without noticeorder. In deciding whether to make a without notice order thecourt will consider all the circumstances of the case, including: This includes, in relation to a person who is living or has livedwith another person as husband and wife or as civil partners,any person who would fall within (A) or (B) if the parties weremarried to, or civil partners of, each other (for example, yourcohabitee’s father or brother).any risk of significant harm to the applicant or a relevantchild, attributable to conduct of the respondent, if the orderis not made immediately whether it is likely that the applicant will be deterred orprevented from pursuing the application if an order is notmade immediately whether there is reason to believe that the respondent isaware of the proceedings but is deliberately evading serviceand that the applicant or a relevant child will be seriouslyprejudiced by the delay involved.Agreements to marry: You will fall within this category only ifyou make this application within three years of the termination ofthe agreement. The court will require the following evidence ofthe agreement:evidence in writingIf the court makes a without notice order, it must give therespondent an opportunity to make representations about theorder as soon as just and convenient at a full hearing.orthe gift of an engagement ring in contemplation of marriageorevidence that a ceremony has been entered into in thepresence of one or more other persons assembled for thepurpose of witnessing it.Agreements to form a civil partnership: You will fall withinthis category only if you make this application within three yearsof the termination of the agreement. The court will require thefollowing evidence of the agreement:‘Harm’ in relation to a person who has reached the age of 18means ill-treatment or the impairment of health, and in relationto a child means ill-treatment or the impairment of health anddevelopment.evidence in writing‘Ill-treatment’ includes forms of ill-treatment which are notphysical and, in relation to a child, includes sexual abuse. Thecourt will require evidence of any harm which you allege insupport of your application.Section 4ora gift from one party to the agreement to the other as a tokenof the agreementorevidence that a ceremony has been entered into in thepresence of one or more other persons assembled for thepurpose of witnessing it.Parents and parental responsibility:You will fall within this category ifFor you to be able to apply for an order you must be related to therespondent in one of the ways listed in this section of the form. If youare not related in one of these ways you should seek legal advice.both you and the respondent are either the parents of thechild or have parental responsibility for that childCohabitants are two persons who, although not married to eachother, nor civil partners of each other, are living together ashusband and wife or civil partners. People who have cohabited,but have then married or formed a civil partnership will not fallor1if one of you is the parent and the other has parentalresponsibility.

Section 4 continuedUnder the Children Act 1989, parental responsibility is heldautomatically by a child’s mother, and by the child’s father ifhe and the mother were married to each other at the time of thechild’s birth or have married subsequently. Where, a child’sfather and mother are not married to each other at the time of thechild’s birth, the father may also acquire parental responsibilityfor that child, if he registers the birth after 1st December 2003, inaccordance with section 4(1)(a) of the Children Act 1989. Whereneither of these circumstances apply, the father, in accordancewith the provisions of the Children Act 1989, can acquire parentalresponsibility.(a)(b) Are you and the respondent joint legal owners of thedwelling-house?(c) she is a parent of the child by virtue of section 43 ofthe Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 andsubsequently enters into a civil partnership with the mother.(e)Do you and the respondent rent the dwelling-house as jointtenants?(f)Does the respondent rent the dwelling-house as a sole tenant?If you answer ―From 1st September 2009, specific provision has beenmade in relation to parental responsibility in certain casesinvolving assisted reproduction. Parental responsibility is heldautomatically by a woman if—she and the child’s mother were in a civil partnership witheach other at the time of treatment unless that woman didnot consent to the treatment; orIs the respondent the sole legal owner of the dwelling-house?(d) Do you rent the dwelling-house as a sole tenant?From 30 December 2005, where a person who is not the child’sparent (“the step-parent”) is married to, or a civil partner of,a parent who has parental responsibility for that child, he orshe may also acquire parental responsibility for the child inaccordance with the provisions of the Children Act 1989. Are you the sole legal owner of the dwelling-house? Yes to (a), (b), (d) or (e) you are likely to be entitled tooccupy the dwelling-house Yes to (c) or (f) you may not be entitled (unless, for example,you are a spouse or civil partner and have home rights – seenotes under ‘Home Rights’ below) Yes to (b), (c), (e) or (f), the respondent is likely to be entitledto occupy the dwelling-house Yes to (a) or (d) the respondent may not be entitled (unless,for example, he or she is a spouse or civil partner and hashome rights).Box 1 For example, if you are sole owner, joint owner or if yourent the property. If you are not a spouse, former spouse, civilpartner, former civil partner, cohabitant or former cohabitant ofthe respondent, you will only be able to apply for an occupationorder if you fall within this category.A woman who is a parent of the child by virtue of section 43 ofthe 2008 Act but who does not subsequently enter into a civilpartnership with the mother may acquire parental responsibilityin accordance with the provisions of section 4ZA of the ChildrenAct 1989If you answer yes to this question, it will not be possible for amagistrates’ court to deal with the application, unless the courtdecides that it is unnecessary for it to decide this question inorder to deal with the application or make the order. If the courtdecides that it cannot deal with the application, it will transfer theapplication to a county court.Section 5A non-molestation order can forbid the respondent frommolesting you or a relevant child. Molestation can include,for example, violence, threats, pestering and other formsof harassment. The court can forbid particular acts of therespondent, molestation in general, or both.Box 2 For example, if the respondent is or was married to you, orif you and the respondent are or were civil partners, and he or sheis sole owner or rents the property.Box 3 For example, if the respondent is or was cohabiting withyou and is sole owner or rents the property.Section 6Home RightsWhere one spouse or civil partner “(A)” is entitled to occupythe dwelling-house by virtue of a beneficial estate or interest orcontract or by virtue of any enactment giving him or her the rightto remain in occupation, and the other spouse or civil partner “(B)”is not so entitled, then B (who is not entitled) has home rights.If you wish to apply for an occupation order but you areuncertain about your answer to any question in this part ofthe application form, you should seek legal advice.(A) A dwelling-house includes any building or part of a buildingwhich is occupied as a dwelling; any caravan, houseboat orstructure which is occupied as a dwelling; and any yard, garden,garage or outhouse belonging to it and occupied with it.The rights are―(a)(C) & (D) The following questions give examples to help youto decide if you or the respondent, or both of you, are entitled tooccupy the dwelling-house:if B is in occupation, not to be evicted or excluded from thedwelling-house except with the leave of the court; and(b) if B is not in occupation, the right, with the leave of thecourt, to enter into and occupy the dwelling-house.2

Section 6 (continued)Note: Home Rights do not exist if the dwelling-house has neverbeen, and was never intended to be, the matrimonial or civilpartnership home of the two spouses or civil partners. If themarriage or civil partnership has come to an end, home rightswill also have ceased, unless a court order has been made duringthe marriage or civil partnership for the rights to continue afterthe end of that relationship.If you have ticked box 4 or box 5 above, an order under section37 or 38 of the Act may:Occupation OrdersThe possible orders are:If you have ticked box 1 above, an order under section 33 of theAct may: enforce the applicant’s entitlement to remain in occupationas against the respondent require the respondent to permit the applicant to enter andremain in the dwelling-house or part of it regulate the occupation of the dwelling-house by either orboth parties require the respondent to permit the applicant to enter andremain in the dwelling-house or part of it regulate the occupation of the dwelling-house by either orboth of the parties require the respondent to leave the dwelling-house or part of it exclude the respondent from a defined area around thedwelling-house.You should provide any evidence which you have on thefollowing matters in your evidence in support of thisapplication. If necessary, further statements may besubmitted after the application has been issued.If you have ticked box 1, box 4 or box 5 above, the court willneed any available evidence of the following: if the respondent is also entitled to occupy, the order mayprohibit, suspend or restrict the exercise by him, of that rightthe housing needs and resources of you, the respondent andany relevant child the financial needs of you and the respondent restrict or terminate any home rights of the respondent require the respondent to leave the dwelling-house or part of it exclude the respondent from a defined area around thedwelling-housethe likely effect of any order, or any decision not to makean order, on the health, safety and well-being of you, therespondent and any relevant child declare that the applicant is entitled to occupy the dwellinghouse or has home rights in itthe conduct of you and the respondent in relation to eachother and otherwise. provide that the home rights of the applicant are not broughtto an end by the death of the other spouse or civil partner ortermination of the marriage or civil partnership.If you have ticked box 2 above, the court will need any availableevidence of: the housing needs and resources of you, the respondent andany relevant child the financial resources of you and the respondent give the applicant the right not to be evicted or excludedfrom the dwelling-house or any part of it by the respondentfor a specified periodthe likely effect of any order, or of any decision not to makean order on the health, safety and well-being of you, therespondent and any relevant child prohibit the respondent from evicting or excluding theapplicant during that periodthe conduct of you and the respondent in relation to eachother and otherwise give the applicant the right to enter and occupy the dwellinghouse for a specified periodthe length of time that has elapsed since you and therespon

telephone, FAX and DX numbers: Solicitor’s fee account no. 2 About the respondent. State the respondent’s name, address and date of . birth (if known): 3 The Order(s) for which you are applying. This application is for: a non-molestation order an occupation order. Tick this box if you wish the court to hear your application without notice .

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