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injunction

[injungk′shən]
Etymology: L, injungere, to enjoin
a court order that prevents a party from performing a specified act.

injunction

(ĭn-jŭnk′shŭn) [L. injungere, to fasten, join]
A court order prohibiting an individual from performing some act or demanding that a person begin to perform some act.
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Between 90 and 95% of all applicants for protection orders in New Zealand are women, and most respondents are men (Bartlett 2006, Law Commission 2003).
Regulating the protection order in Romanian law was modelled on the existing similar institutions in other legal systems, as well as discussions on the European protection order.
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In deciding on the terms of protection orders, the court must consider the overall context of the violence -- including the history and' nature of the violence, as well as the danger to persons and property, and the risk to children or other persons in the care of the complainant.
Eventually Arnie was arrested and served 11 months in jail for four counts of violation of protection orders and an added charge of stalking.
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Northumbria Police Commissioner Vera Baird with Cleveland counterpart Barry Coppinger at <Bthe launch of the Domestic Violence Protection Orders initiative Tim McGuinness
Today also marks the national launch of Domestic Violence Protection Orders (DVPOs).
According to the Legal Assistance Centre (LAC), one in ten people who apply for protection orders in Namibia are over the age of fifty.
David Cameron has already announced that the Government will criminalise the breach of Forced Marriage Civil Protection Orders, but today's consultation asks for view on whether forcing someone to marry should be made an offence in its own right.

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