You can apply for a rehearing of an Intervention Order, but the Court will only allow this if you can establish one of the below:
- You were not personally served with an Intervention Order application.
- The order was served by a ‘substituted service order’, and you were not told there was an application against you.
- You have exceptional circumstances, which the Court may consider having a rehearing is fair and just.
Note: An application for rehearing does not change the Intervention Order. It remains in force until the Court makes another order.