The average woman in Oklahoma needs to get permission from her ex-boyfriend to stay in a relationship, or she has to give permission before going to a judge, court records show.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court, however, doesn’t give women permission to get restraining orders.
The only way to get an order to stop a relationship is through a court order.
The Oklahoma Supreme court did not give permission to the public to request the records, saying that “no public record request is required.”
The records are protected by state law, however.
The court also said that women need to obtain permission from their ex-partner or ex-spouse to get married.
It said it can’t order the public records to be made public unless the order is for a civil matter.
A person can get an injunction against a person if there are grounds for a person to believe that a third party is making a false or deceptive statement or that a person is violating a law.
The courts decisions in Oklahoma and Florida are notable because they were the first in the nation to issue orders to women seeking restraining orders to stay with someone they love.
A woman in Florida can get a court to stop someone else from abusing their power and the court has ordered a man to get his ex-girlfriend to get approval to get him a restraining agreement to keep them apart, court documents state.
In Oklahoma, the court ordered that an ex-husband be allowed to stay at a hotel with his ex, court papers state.
It was the first order of its kind in the state, and it was also the first time an ex had gotten a restraining decree.
The state’s courts department is issuing an “emergency” ruling to make sure the records are accessible to the general public.
The department has also said it will begin releasing the records on a first come first served basis, which means the first records are made available to the people most likely to need them.