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expiry of general undertaking against non mol and non occ orders

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16 Aug 22 #519821 by mm
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Dear Sirs

THIS IS AN URGENT REQUEST

The undertaking given by the respondent against the Nonmol and Nonocc orders expires on friday the 19th august. The previous order mentions 'undertaking applicable until 19th august or end of financial settlement whichever is earlier.' (our divorce case is delayed)

I have already written to courts with form FL403 on July 15, 2022.

thereafter several reminders were emailed to the court.

I personally went to resubmit the form FL403 and supporting documents at the court last friday marking the envelope as URGENT.

It is unfortunate that despite so many reminders, perfection, there is absolutely no reply.

What will I do if the respondent returns home and destroys my files, laptop, evidences etc? we are already in the divorce proceedings. Respondent is a very aggressive and a revengeful person.

I am too scared and live in fear. I have nowhere to go.

Any suggestions from someone please?

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17 Aug 22 #519824 by rubytuesday
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Have you made an urgent, without notice application for a non-molestation and occupation order?

I would suggest you secure your home by adding additional locks and security cameras. You could also ensure that any important paper documents are removed from the house and kept securely elsewhere, and back up your computer to an external hard drive to be kept elsewhere.

Should your ex turn up, call the police immediately. The additional security measures should be enough of a deterrent to prevent him from entering the home - and if not, again, report to the police.

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