The dispute over an apprehended violence order that forbids controversial property developer Salim Mehajer from contacting his estranged wife is "likely to be resolved", a court has heard. Mr Mehajer and his wife, Aysha April Learmonth, who rose to fame when their elaborate wedding shut down a Sydney street a year ago, did not appear in the Downing Centre Local Court when the interim AVO was briefly mentioned on Wednesday. Police lodged a provisional AVO on behalf of Ms Learmonth in July, which included the conditions that Mr Mehajer could not approach or contact her by any means. Mr Mehajer's lawyer Matt Ward applied on Wednesday to have the matter adjourned to Wollongong Local Court on September 8, when an AVO taken out against his client by Ms Learmonth's reported brother-in-law Ben Miller will also be mentioned. There is expected to be "some resolution" reached, the court heard. "It is likely to be resolved without any further evidence," Mr Ward said. The two AVOs are linked and relate to an incident in Wollongong, the court heard. Deputy Chief Magistrate Christopher O'Brien also agreed to adjust one of the conditions of the AVO taken out against Mr Mehajer. The former Auburn Council deputy mayor had been forbidden to go within 50 metres of where Ms Learmonth worked or lived, but the reference to distance was removed. Mr Mehajer has previously denied that Ms Learmonth requested the order, telling different media outlets the AVO was prompted after "alleged complaints by neighbours" and because "police seem to have nothing better to do". An individual can request police make an order on their behalf, or police can make an order if they fear for the safety of a person. When the matter came before the court last month, Mr Mehajer's lawyer signalled that he intended to challenge some of the conditions of the AVO. Mr Mehajer is involved in several court cases, and also had an apprehended violence order taken out against him by Bruce Herat, who was a personal trainer at his gym and the father of Sydney siege hostage Joel Herat.