Court orders
Contested Hearing – A contested hearing is one which has been scheduled specifically on the basis that the parties disagree on a particular issue or number of issues and the Court must settle the dispute. The Court will allocate sufficient time to debate the matter which can be a number of hours 
or a number of days. 
In a contested hearing, it is likely that each party will be questioned to ascertain their stance on the contested matter. That questioning will be undertaken under oath. 
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