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An undertaking is an understanding that you will comply with the orders that are set out in the VRO. It is not an order but a promise by you to the court. If you breach the undertaking it is not the same as a breach of an order but if you go back before the court with a new VRO under the same facts the court will not look upon you favourably and they will not allow a further undertaking.
You write out the VRO and say that you X undertake that you will comply with the following and that you make no admissions.
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