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19. Order 31 (Decrees)
19.1 Add at the end: Form of undertakings

"10. An undertaking to the Court must:

   (a)  be in accordance with Form 41A; and

   (b)  must be signed:

        (i)    by the person giving the undertaking; or

        (ii)   if the person is not available to sign it personally-by the
               person's legal representative; unless the Court allows
               otherwise. When may a legal representative give an undertaking?

"11. (1) A person's legal representative may give an undertaking on behalf of
the person if:

   (a)  the person is not available to give the undertaking personally; and

   (b)  the person has authorised the legal representative to give an
        undertaking on his or her behalf.

"(2) If a person who proposes to give an undertaking to the court is legally
represented, the person's legal representative must:

   (a)  before the undertaking is given, explain to the person the nature and
        terms of the proposed undertaking and the possible consequences of
        breaching it; and

   (b)  unless the Court otherwise orders, certify in writing to the Court
        that he or she has complied with paragraph (a).". 

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