This form of Bond has been prepared by the Court as a precedent for use when a court has ordered a person to enter into a Bond (also known as a recognizance) as a consequence of a contravention of a court order. (See sections 70NFB(2), 70NFE, 70NFG(6), 112AF, 112AE(5) the Family Law Act 1975).
The person ordered to enter into a Bond signs this document.
This document is ordinarily prepared by the Court making the order, although the Court may ask a party to provide a draft for its consideration. Once the Bond is prepared the person entering into the Bond will be required to sign it. The Court will retain the original signed Bond and a copy will be provided to the person bound by the order.