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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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"This swift action shows that the council will take action to ensure compliance with the High Court injunction and ensure that planning law is upheld."
The transaction is expected to close in May.Country: Russia, Sector: Metals/Mining, ChemicalsTarget: Silvinit OAOBuyer: Uralkaliy OAODeal size in USD: 1.4bnType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: Cash & StockStatus: AgreedComment: Acron seeking new court injunction against the deal., Deal size represents the cash part of the price only.
Peter Leppard, operations and safety director for Arriva, added: "We have done everything we can to bring this situation to a resolution and we are now seeking a court injunction to stop the planned industrial action."
The high court injunction prohibits McCarthy from continuing to be involved in the publication of misleading advertisements promoting tipster services.
But late on Friday the Prison Service won a High Court injunction ordering the unions to withdraw that advice.
A court injunction has been filed by a Christian group based in South Korea in an attempt to prevent a movie distributor from showing the movie adaptation of Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code.
(SNSA) said on Thursday (23 March) that a US Court of Appeal had reversed and remanded a District Court injunction blocking the US Department of Justice's Antitrust Division from indicting the company in connection with alleged antitrust violations in the parcel tanker industry.
During my visit, a security guard informed me that while I would be allowed to videotape, the court injunction prohibited me from using a tripod.
This was the case of the young homosexual who obtained an interim court injunction ordering his Roman Catholic high school to permit him to attend the school prom with his homosexual partner.
Earlier this month, Matsushita, in a patent infringement row related to PDP products, filed for a court injunction in Japan, seeking the halt of sales of such products made by LG.
The appeals court held that a general ban on the receipt of clippings from noncommercial sources violated the prisoner's First Amendment right to receive information, but that the district court injunction was overly broad and violated the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA.) The state prison had applied a general policy, that banned the receipt of publications from noncommercial sources, to the prisoner's receipt of magazine clippings and photocopies of clippings.
Femsa had threatened to block the AmBev deal with a court injunction, but backed down after both sides decided to sever their business links completely.