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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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Extreme Risk Protection Orders are an important piece in the puzzle of gun violence prevention.
Because the presence of "[d]omcstic abuse is a prerequisite for the issuance of a protection order under SDCL 25-10-5," understanding the statutory definition of domestic abuse is important for guiding a discussion of those protection orders.
"It has now been made clear to Kingdom where the Public Space Protection Orders apply.
This Note will assess the differences between the current and proposed national and regional models for cross-border recognition and enforcement of civil protection orders, along with the possible issues that arise in the formation of a universal treaty, and form a suggestion on the best possible treaty to approach the issue of cross-border domestic violence.
Numerous complaints from residents about organisations touting for business in Gateshead town centre, begging, people drinking in the street and charity collectors being too persistent, has prompted the council to consider imposing a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO).
Public space protection orders were introduced at Edgwick Park
People who're in a forced marriage, feel threatened with one or know someone who might be, can get what's known as a Forced Marriage Protection Order from a court.
"There are no penalties mentioned in the law except for the violation of residence, monetary or protection orders," she says.
NEW protection orders for victims of "stranger stalking" could be introduced amid fears the internet is fuelling an increase in cases.
Although initially somewhat reluctant to issue protection orders, currently the national courts have seen an increase in the number of such cases, which are not founded on the increasing number of victims of family violence, but these victims increased confidence in this tool of protection, the restraining order (Coalitia Nationala a ONG--urilor implicate in programe privind violenta impotriva femeilor, 2012).
"Domestic Violence Protection Orders were introduced in June this year to enable the police and magistrates to provide additional and immediate safeguarding to victims in the aftermath of domestic violence incidents, particularly when there is insufficient evidence to press charges.

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