If you do something that FVRO says you can’t do, you will be “breaching” the order.
For example, if the FVRO says that you are not allowed to communicate with the applicant, you must not:
- visit or approach the applicant;
- call or text the applicant;
- send letters, notes, cards or presents to the applicant;
- post messages on social media to or about the applicant; or
- send messages to the applicant through other people, including friends, family or children.
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