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This Contract is made on the [date]
Between[name and address of lead agency/agencies]
And [name of individual and address]
[name of individual]agrees the following in respect of future conduct–
I will not deliberately damage any property in or around [specify area].
I will not write graffiti in or around [specify area].
I will not throw anything, including stones, at residents or passers-by in or around the estate.
I will not swear at, threaten or verbally abuse residents or passers-by on the estate.
I will not join groups of [identify number] of people congregated in stairwells [specify the area] and other communal areas of the estate.
I will not spit at passers-by on the estate.
I will not urinate in the communal areas of the estate or the streets.
I will not set fire to items in the communal areas of the estate.
I will not damage cars on the estate.
I will avoid [certain
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