Exceptions to apply for a protection order?

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SOS 21 Mar 2015


I am wondering if anyone could give me clear instructions as mentioned as the subject. As a matter of fact I am aware of that a protection order only will be granted to victims those who live under the same roof or sharing anything common between both parties.

In my case my in-laws and our family share nothing in common except slab which is our floor. . As my lawyers opinion it is better to have a protection order and our attempt got rejected having got none in common to share.
Anyone been granted a protection order having same circumstance as mine? If so base on what grounds?

Thanks in advance

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