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Hello, my name is Marcus.
Sadly it would be tricky to revisit the matter.
It is not unusual for undertakings to be given.
If you are dissatisfied you could make a complaint about your solicitor.
On a personal note I prefer undertakings to NMO due to enforcement.
If a NMO is breached they are arrested and go before the magistrates court where more often it is a slap on the wrists.
If they breach an undertaking you apply back to the court and the matter is dealt with by a circuit judge who in my experience will be alot tougher.
So given the choice on breach I would prefer they were taken before a senior circuit judge than the magistrates.
Sadly undertakings are without fault.
The only way to obtain a finding would have to had a contested hearing - something the court try and avoid if they can.
The court are busy and would prefer to avoid using a day of court time of who did what when there is an alternative of any undertaking that provides you with protection being the ultimate objective.
I appreciate you want her blamed but as I say you have secured protection so it would be difficult to persuade the court to spend time and costs of trying just to secure an order blaming her.
You are most welcome Milan.
Incidentally what court is your matter before...