A Property Order says who can live in a specific house or flat. A Furniture Order says who can keep the furniture including appliances, like a fridge and beds.
If you apply for a Protection Order, you can apply for a Property Order and Furniture Order at the same time.
There are two kinds of Property Orders:
If you've applied for a Protection Order and want to stay in the house or flat you shared with the person who's been violent, you can apply for an Ancillary Furniture Order to keep the furniture and appliances in your house or flat.
If you want to move out, you can apply for a Furniture Order to take all or some of the furniture and appliances to your new home.
It doesn't matter who owns the furniture.
If the person who's been violent stays in the property when there's an Occupation Order or Tenancy Order, they can be arrested by the Police for breaching the Protection Order and removed.
To apply for any of these Orders, go to our forms page: