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Hi thanks for your question. What would you like to know about this please?
Okay. If getting a statement to him breaches the terms of the existing order against you - then no, you would need to apply to discharge the existing order or vary it to allow you to contact her father.
What you can do, of course, is issue proceedings against her in the county court for an injunction to prevent her from harassing you by driving past and staring etc. and/or you could contact the police and ask then to invetsigate the harassment.
Yes but there must be a provision for your solicitors to serve papers carved out the order's restriction.
Thank you. You only have to instruct them to serve your papers, of course, to get around the restriction in the order.
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