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Legal Information: Indiana
Updated: October 27, 2020
IC 34-26-5-8 Responsibility for completing and transmitting forms
Sec. 8. If a petitioner seeks:
(1) an order for protection;
(2) an extension of an order for protection;
(3) a modification of an order for protection;
(4) the termination of an order for protection; or
(5) the registration of a foreign protective order;
the petitioner is responsible for completing the forms prescribed by the office of judicial administration and for transmitting those forms to the clerk of the court.
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