Title 78B - Judicial Code - Chapter 7 - Protective Orders (Superseded 7/1/2020) - Part 5 - Sexual Violence Protection Act (Superseded 7/1/2020) - Section 606 - Expiration -- Extension. (Effective 7/1/2020)


Published: 2020-07-01

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Effective 7/1/2020 Superseded 5/5/2021 78B-7-606 Expiration -- Extension. (1) Subject to the other provisions of this section, a cohabitant abuse protective order automatically

expires three years after the day on which the cohabitant abuse protective order is entered. (2) A cohabitant abuse protective order automatically expires as described in Subsection (1),

unless the petitioner files a motion before the day on which the cohabitant abuse protective order expires and demonstrates that:

(a) the petitioner has a current reasonable fear of future harm, abuse, or domestic violence; or (b) the respondent committed or was convicted of a cohabitant abuse protective order violation

or a qualifying domestic violence offense, as defined in Section 77-36-1.1, subsequent to the issuance of the cohabitant abuse protective order.

(3) (a) If the court grants the motion under Subsection (2), the court shall set a new date on which

the cohabitant abuse protective order expires. (b) The cohabitant abuse protective order will expire on the date set by the court unless the

petitioner files a motion described in Subsection (2) to extend the cohabitant abuse protective order.