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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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Where there is a breach of a part 1 injunction, criminal legal aid will be available.
980(b)(1), Order Setting Hearing on Petition for Injunction for Protection Against Domestic Violence, Repeat Violence, Dating Violence, or Sexual Violence Without Issuance of an Interim Temporary Injunction.
Yaffe looked out into a courtroom dotted with city and county lawyers and police awaiting a ruling, and asked for any opposition to the injunction.
The injunction was taken out following a number of complaints to both the council and the police after the situation "escalated" on Wednesday of last week and bricks were thrown through the windows of homes in Abbey Green Court, Polesworth.
Asked to comment on these developments, Mississauga lawyer Geoff Cauchi remarked: "I understand the frustration of the defendants in being denied an opportunity to present at a full trial all the evidence and arguments in support of their position that they did not have the time to assemble at the hearing of the interlocutory injunction application.
Bysshe, who implemented a preliminary injunction a year ago covering a 6.
Donnelly will vigorously oppose Gentex's motion for a preliminary injunction on several grounds, including that Gentex cannot show a "likelihood of success" in the lawsuit, which is required in order to obtain a preliminary injunction, because its patent is invalid and unenforceable.
The Court rejected Bally on both scores, concluding that "(Bally) cannot make a showing of irreparable harm and the preliminary injunction proceeding is, therefore, moot.
Without explaining how it could be done legally, Mayor James Hahn said Monday that he wants to go to court to get citywide injunctions against all gang members to attack the culture that supports them.
In a footnote to his ruling, Cook stated, "Four judges on two courts have reviewed the propriety of issuing the preliminary injunction, and there is little, if any, chance that the Supreme Court will grant Ropak's certiorari petition.
The Arbitration Process has been conducted in accordance with all the Rules of Arbitration and Sulliden believes, in all cases, that its appeals of these latest court orders will be successful, as was the case in the earlier May injunction, and that the Arbitration Process will ultimately be concluded.
A Daily News analysis of gang crime in four areas of the San Fernando Valley under gang injunctions confirmed what was already becoming self-evident: Even the best-made tools don't work if they aren't used properly.