Where there is a risk of immediate harm to someone the Court can make what is known as an Occupation Order which is an order which states who can live in a property and when someone else cannot continue to live there even if they had a legal right to do so Orders can be tailored to the specific circumstances of a case depending upon whether the property is owned or rented or whether it is in joint or sole names. In some circumstances Occupation orders can also provide for an exclusion zone around property or prevent someone entering a certain street where necessary.