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It is difficult to stop someone talking and by going beyond the points which have been raised, the person who discussed this would not have necessarily breached the court order. If this was a public meeting there is a tension between rights of free speech and the restrictions of the court order. I think it would be unlikely that the court would be able to say this person breached the order by speaking at a public meeting beyond what the court said, because the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act would permit free speech. Perhaps the person chairing the meeting should have restrained the speaker