An undertaking is a promise to the Court. An undertaking to the Court is as binding as an Order of the Court. For example, where a person gives an undertaking that they will take a certain action, the Court will require that person to take that action as if the Court itself had ordered the person to take the action. Breach of an undertaking is treated the same as a breach of an order.

This form has been prepared by the Court for use by a party to help the party comply with the requirement in Rule 13.15 of the Family Law Rules in relation to disclosure.

Making copies of the form for filing, service and yourself

The completed and signed original of the form filed at the Court. Before you file it you must also make sufficient copies to have one for each person to be served and a copy for your own records.

Filing fee

Nil

Who do you serve

Each other party and any independent children's lawyer

What is filed in response

Nothing

More information

For more information as to when to file this form, consult Rule 13.16 and for more information about the consequences of making a false statement see Rule 13.15(2) and section 112AP of the Family Law Act.

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