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injunct

(ɪnˈdʒʌŋkt)
vb
(Law) (tr) to issue a legal injunction against (a person)
[C19: from Late Latin injunctiō; see enjoin]
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He cited the 2015 attempt to remove six members of the judicial Service commission through a petition to the National Assembly, which was injuncted by the courts even before parliament could debate it.
Even the minority view which upheld the practice certainly was conscious of the fact that there was a need for a reform and that is why by upholding the practice itself, they injuncted it," said the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
In that situation Artpower had no excuse for withholding payment and that Bespoke would, if it had not been injuncted, have given any necessary notice of termination.
Cipla could be injuncted by the High Court at anytime and supply of Sorafenib by Cipla could stop totally.
Within the religious game the players are injuncted to care for weaker members, with the same result, thus:
We also urged them to comply with the law and move away from the injuncted part of the site.
Having tangential access to the London chattering classes, I have known the formerly injuncted Andrew Marr story for years.
If the writer were to be sued for infringement the consequences could be grave for his business, as substantial damages could be awarded against him and he would most likely be injuncted from carrying on any infringing activities.
Leeson will have to pay 50 per cent of his earnings from TV3 to the liquidators for Barings after he was injuncted for stgpounds 100 million.
The former stockbroker will have to pay half of his earnings from TV3 to the liquidators for Barings after he was injuncted for pounds 100 million.
This, after all, is the woman who injuncted a Sunday newspaper because her nanny was about to reveal she washed her smalls in the kitchen sink, and who threw "Ken and Barbie" out of her social circle when a photographer snapped her arriving at a soiree chez Follet.
The details emerged in court yesterday as the BBC was finally allowed to say why it had been injuncted against reporting the document.