Where disclosure or continuing disclosure to other persons, whether to the public generally or to specific persons, of the current address1 or whereabouts of a debtor might reasonably be expected to lead to violence against the debtor or against a person who normally resides with the debtor as a member of the debtor's family2, and the debtor intends to make a bankruptcy application and has been issued with a unique identifier for the application, then the debtor may make an application for an order for the non-disclosure of the debtor's current address3. If the court4 is satisfied that there
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