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The Family Law Act 1975 contains specific provisions which define:
When will the Family Court consider there has been Family Violence committed by one adult against another adult?
The Family Law Act 1975 says what behaviour is considered to be Family Violence.
Under the Family Law Act 1975, Family Violence is:
Adults can also be found to expose children to Family Violence.
The Family Law Act 1975 also describes the circumstances in which a child will be considered to be exposed to Family Violence.
Under the Family Law Act 1975, a child is exposed to Family Violence if:
The circumstances in which a child is abused are also detailed in the Family Law Act 1975.
The Family Law Act 1975 defines Abuse, in relation to a child as:
Other Questions Answered in the Family & Domesitc Violence Section
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