Chapter 9 considers a number of issues that arise from the interaction between protection orders and orders that may be made under the Family Law Act other than parenting orders. First, the chapter examines the sections of the Family Law Act that allow a family court to grant an injunction for the personal protection of a victim of family violence, and considers how such injunctions interact with the similar jurisdiction of state and territory courts to make protection orders. Secondly, the chapter considers ways in which family violence is relevant to financial proceedings under the Family Law Act—such as proceedings relating to property and spousal maintenance—and how conditions in protection orders regarding the use of property relate to final property settlements by a family court. Finally, the Commissions consider the relationship between protection orders under state and territory family violence legislation and family law disputes about the relocation of a family member or the recovery of a child.