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Legal Information: Connecticut
Updated: October 29, 2020
§ 46b-15b. Duties of Superior Court re applicants for restraining orders in domestic violence situations.
The Superior Court shall provide any person who applies for a restraining order in a domestic violence situation with information on steps necessary to continue such order beyond the initial period and shall provide an applicant with information on how to contact a domestic violence counselor, as defined in section 52-146k, and a domestic violence agency, as defined in section 52-146k.
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