injunct

Related to injunct: permanent injunction

injunct

(ɪnˈdʒʌŋkt)
vb
(Law) (tr) to issue a legal injunction against (a person)
[C19: from Late Latin injunctiō; see enjoin]
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It was not proper for parliament to injunct Parliament while it was lawfully discharging its mandate," he said.
to injunct Alan Myers QC from acting for Clayton Utz in Dale's
John Jenkins, head of public affairs for BMA Cymru Wales, said: "We are delighted that the judge has made the unusual decision to injunct the health board from implementing the decision to remove the maternity unit from Ysbyty Glan Clwyd until the Judicial Review is held in the next few weeks.
Speaking after the hearing was adjourned, head of public affairs for BMA Cymru, John Jenkins, welcomed the injunction, saying: "We are delighted that the judge has made the unusual decision to injunct the health board from implementing the decision to remove the maternity unit from Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
Though the Apex Court did not injunct Islamic religious authorities like the Dar-ul- Uloom Deoband, Dar-ul-Qaza or Nizam-e-Qaza from issuing fatwa as issuance of fatwas per se were not illegal in its opinion, it clarified that "it is not a decree, not binding on the court or the state or the individual.
The Guardian did not consult over the story published on June 16 revealing that GCHQ had bugged the computers and phones of G-20 politicians and officials, because it was feared that the government might try to injunct us - a month later the government did, indeed, make that explicit threat.
Seeking to injunct the BCCI from holding the AGM and elections, he said the tenure of BCCI president came to an end on September 9 and the CAB's plea be decided first.
According to the Guardian, the News of the World also took advice to see if it could injunct Lewis and prevent him from representing alleged hacking victims and tried to persuade one of his former clients to sue him.
Beckham, 36, tried to injunct to stop Rebecca Loos giving an interview about an alleged four-month affair in 2004 which the star has always strenuously denied.
Richard Snowdon, for RBS, finished off proceedings by describing Hicks and Gillett's stance and wish to injunct the bank as "wild allegations being bandied around.
And when I revealed this fact in my autobiography I'm Not The Only One he took my publisher Penguin to the High Court in Edinburgh seeking to injunct publication.
Now the council has threatened to injunct the show to stop more episodes being shown.