Under W&I Code 15657.03, a court may issue a restraining order to prevent abuse of an elder. An elder abuse protective order “may issue on the basis of evidence of past abuse, without any particularized showing that the wrongful acts will be continued or repeated.  (Gdowski v. Gdowski (2009) 175 Cal.App.4th 128, 137.) There was substantial evidence to support issuance of a restraining order here.  Elder mother deeded her home to defendant daughter when mother was 86 and not fully competent mentally.  While daughter had logical explanations for the transfer to avoid property tax, the trial court didn’t credit her testimony, and there was substantial evidence to support the trial court’s ruling.  However, the trial court erred in entering a later order vacating the deed transferring the property to defendant.  Section 15657.03 only authorizes restraining orders and orders finding specific debts were incurred as a result of elder abuse.  The statute does not authorize orders of other types, such as voiding a conveyance–a remedy available only through an ordinary civil action rather than a section 15657.03 summary proceeding.