CIVIL RULE 19: COURT COMMUNICATION REGARDING RESTRAINING ORDERS
(1) Subject to available resources, the Family, Juvenile, Civil and Probate Courts shall examine appropriate available databases for existing restraining or protective orders involving the same restrained and protected parties before issuing permanent CLETS Civil Restraining Orders. In the event that this information is not available to the judicial officer, inquiry shall be made of the parties before issuing permanent CLETS Civil Restraining Orders. Safety of all parties shall be the Court’s paramount concern.
(2) In cases where the Court allows for property removal as an exception to a Civil Harassment Restraining Order, Family Attachment FM-1102 (Other Order-Property Removal) may be used as an attachment to the Temporary Restraining Order (Judicial Council form CH-110 or VW-110 ) and Restraining Order After Hearing (Judicial Council form CH-130 or WV-130 ).