administrative order


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administrative order

(ăd-mi-nĭ-strā′tiv)
A ruling by the executive or judicial branch of government compelling an action to prevent the spread of disease or to reduce an imminent public health hazard.
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The lawsuit is a petition for writ of mandamusdirective the court reporter to provide the recording or alternatively a complaint for injunctive relief precluding the reporter and Pierson from relying on the administrative order.
The administrative order issued by the General Command of the Army and Armed Forces will come into force on 2-1-2019.
"You know, you always run a fine line when you enter an administrative order, whether you're going to come crashing into a conflict with a rule of civil procedure and the civil procedure will always take precedent," Tuter said.
In the court, while Sibal wanted the copy of the order to challenge it on the grounds that the matter could be referred to a Constitution Bench only by a judicial order and not by an administrative order, Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel, part of the bench, asked if there was a bar on directly referring the matter to a five-judge bench by the latter process.
Analysts have, however, argued there exists divergent views within the government given the trend of events, citing the latest administrative order from the nation's vice-president.
But Mishra, in his complaint, said: " The rules do not provide any provision to overrule the provision of the Advocates Act nor can the so- called administrative order override the same." The issue has been brewing in the CAT for quite some time now but it is for the first time that it has been taken up before the Bar Council in the form of a complaint.
The EPA also issued administrative orders after inspections it did of sewer systems in Lawrence and Andover.
According to an administrative order on consent, placed on public notice by EPA in Kansas City, Kan., TCE contamination in groundwater at the Eaton Corporation Vehicle Group Plant site in Kearney was first detected in 1986, the result of an apparent leak from underground storage tank lines.
An administrative order bans the entry into zoo premises with weapons.
An Egyptian lawyer has filed a lawsuit against Dubai Courts demanding the rescinding of Administrative Order No.
If a bank fails to achieve its earnings targets after receiving an administrative order, the FSA reissues the order and can urge the bank to change its top management.
A Philippine plan calling for an Administrative Order that would sanction foreign patients to go to Manila to receive a kidney transplant from a live donor recruited from the country's poor population is being fiercely challenged by the international transplant community.
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