Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007 No 80
Current version for 28 March 2020 to date (accessed 4 June 2020 at 05:38)
98Z   Variations to DVO
(1)  A variation to a recognised DVO that is done in New South Wales or another jurisdiction is a recognised variation in New South Wales in the circumstances provided for by this section.
(2)  A variation to a local DVO is a recognised variation in New South Wales if the variation is done—
(a)  in New South Wales by a court or any other person authorised to do so under this Act, or
(b)  in another participating jurisdiction by a court under a corresponding law.
(3)  A variation to an interstate DVO or foreign order is a recognised variation in New South Wales if the variation is done—
(a)  in the issuing jurisdiction by a court or any other person authorised to do so under the law of the issuing jurisdiction, or
(b)  in any participating jurisdiction by a court under this Part or a corresponding law.
Note.
 The issuing jurisdiction for a foreign order is the jurisdiction in which the order is registered.
(4)  A variation is recognised from the time that it is made.