The procedure for protection against domestic violence is a particularly urgent procedure, which means that the first hearing must be held within 8 days from the receipt of the complaint, and in the second instance, the court must decide within 15 days from the date of submission of the appeal, which does not delay execution. judgment determining or extending a protection order against domestic violence. However, in practice this deadline is unfortunately rarely respected.
The court is not bound by the claim of the family member who filed the claim for protection against domestic violence but can also order some of the remaining protective orders that are not included in the claim if it believes that this will best achieve the protection of the family member against whom domestic violence was committed.
Protection orders against domestic violence imposed by the court against a family member who committed violence can last a maximum of one year, with the fact that they can be extended until the reasons for which the measure was determined cease, and they can also end before the intended duration if they cease. the reasons for which the measures were imposed.