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Family Violence Act 2018

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 10:03 am Mon 1st July 2019

This Act comes into force today, Monday 1st July 2019.

It replaces the Domestic Violence Act that entered our legislation on the 1st July 1995. The elephant in the original act is that it was not designed for New Zealand by New Zealanders. It was the brain child of a bitter and twisted foreigner that was glibly accepted by our parliament.

The current legislation 24 years later has been in development for sometime and has been passed on from the previous government. What relationship that might have with the current working group inquiry is probably a little vague.

What should also be read with this act is The Family Violence (Ammendments Act) 2018 that amends a number of other acts, including the Bail Act, The Care of Children Act, The Crimes Act, along with the principal act.

This is a massage legislative change affecting the operation of several courts along with what is now viewed in the legislation as the collectively responsible government departments each of whose CEO must meet ‘certain obligations’.

Anyone who thinks they know what is going on is probably kidding themselves. This is enough to give any society a collective vagueness as to what the law might actually be. Along with this will be the reasonably well informed groups that have some plans intended to benefit from these changes. That won’t include the welfare of men. If I am wrong there, there’s a comments section below.

This will most likely undermine the remnants of any previous resistance or protection of fathers and put the current generation of young men back to the same vague space men were in 2 – 3 decades ago.

Not what I would call a recipe for social stability.

2 Responses to “Family Violence Act 2018”

  1. Boonie says:

    The Care of Children Act has been amended to better protect children and victims in parenting arrangements. It:

    empowers judges considering applications under the Care of Children Act (CoCA) to make temporary Protection Orders where they have concerns about the safety of a child or adult

    (This will affect OT cases where the organization can’t separate the father and mother)

    empowers judges to impose protective conditions for child handover arrangements if there’s been family violence including psychological violence

    (We’re back to the days of supervised access)

    requires judges to consider the existence or breach of a Protection Order when they assess a child’s safety.

    (Engineer a breach of a protection order to win your case)

  2. Evan Myers says:

    The War On The Male;

    Men the risk takers will stop investing in the economy. Self preservation does not support economic growth and we will see a decline in what is often measured as business confidence.

    Idle male youth who has lost his transitional path need to be seen not only as wild drivers killing themselves quickly but also as preoccupied gamers sitting in bedrooms killing themselves slowly.

    You can’t have an economy without men but some people seem to not understand this.

    They need to be rooted out and disposed of before we let these feminists dig us into a bigger hole.

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