movement restriction

movement restriction

A restriction temporarily placed on traffic into and/or out of areas to permit clearance of or prevention of congestion.
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He said they had started buying cattle all over the district except zone 2d, adding that they were experiencing some challenges of supply of cattle due to movement restriction.
Ike said the Court would sanction anyone who fails to comply with movement restriction orders and those who do not participate in cleaning up their surrounding or who dispose of waste materials indiscriminately.
He said the scientist has been facing movement restriction for years.
ALIENS in Cardiff and district appear to be totally disregarding the Alien Movement Restriction Order which recently became law and which prohibits them from being outdoors after 10.
Ossur recently announced the launch of Rebound Cartilage, a brace designed to provide unicompartmental load reduction and range of movement restriction after articular cartilage defect procedures.
The facility has been served with a movement restriction notice and investigations are under way to establish the origin of the disease and the extent of the spread - if any - to other locations.
As mentioned earlier, a movement restriction order was also issued to Yani himself.
To qualify for the 2011/2012 quota year, a producer must have been under a movement restriction during the period.
Tim Bennett, NFU deputy president, said: 'This is good news for livestock farmers who have found the 20-day movement restriction a major obstacle in the battle to re-build Britain's livestock industry.
The British Government has established animal and human movement restriction zones around affected farms and wider protection zones to check the spread of the disease and has urged the population to stay away from the countryside.
It means the whole movement restriction ruling is, to all intents and purposes, meaningless in the context of what it is supposed to achieve.