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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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66) The 2013 Report highlighted that only sixteen members out of the twenty-one who responded, have laws that recognize and enforce civil protection orders from foreign States.
A city council spokesperson said: "We haven't needed to issue fixed penalty fines under the public space protection order because people in the park have co-operated when asked to disperse by the police.
The protection order is regulated by Law 25/2012 (Official Gazette of Romania 365 from May 30, 2012) amending and adding to Law 217/2003 (Official Gazette of Romania, Part I.
A MAN has been sent to jail for eight weeks for breaching a Domestic Violence Protection Order.
The coalition sought a temporary environmental protection order (Tepo) that would direct the MWSS and its concessionaires, Maynilad Water Services Inc.
In her warning about the bill, she said, "What's worse about this bill is, in the case of an emergency protection order, if you have a non-Native wife and a Native husband, under this new legislation, they can accuse the Native husband of violence without ever being charged or convicted, take him out of the house, give an emergency protection order for the non-Native wife and then extend those orders up to an entire life interest.
The legal entity emphasised the critical need for better execution of protection orders.
11) Part II outlines the complexities surrounding the problem of sexual assault and discusses the ways in which civil protection orders serve a vital purpose for these victims.
According to the Commission, "together the two proposals will ensure that all victims have the possibility to get their protection orders recognised in any EU member state, whether the state applies civil law or criminal law measures, or both".
The APA was designed to give domestic violence victims an effective legal remedy and to protect victims from future incidents of abuse through simplified and accessible judicial procedures for obtaining civil protection orders.

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