restraint order


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restraint order

n
(Law) another name for freezing injunction
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Prior to Miller's conviction, PS3.5m worth of assets were identified and frozen by officers who subjected him to a financial restraint order.
Doraville applied to the Royal Court for the restraint order to be discharged, but the Royal Court dismissed the application in 2016.
It also claims that police and prosecutors often overlook the chance to apply for a restraint order at the end of criminal proceedings.
Judge Recorder David Potter said Hulme had committed a 'deliberate breach' of a restraint order imposed following her conviction, after failing to stop plans to remortgage her home.
Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri, meanwhile, lauded the SC for not issuing a temporary restraint order (TRO) on the January 21 plebiscite for the BOL.
Brent also secured a restraint order against Sarkari, which means that he can't dispose of his assets before the order is paid in full.
The petitioner said LHC had stayed demolition of walls of colonial era building but the some part of the boundary wall was razed before LHC restraint order came.
"A restraint order was granted to prevent the sale and transfer of the property.
By then, the FCA had obtained a restraint order against Gopee, which should have stopped the 63-year-old, from Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.
Gadon has accused Sereno of misdeclaring her finances, tampering with a restraint order issued by another justice, and manipulating the nomination process of the Judicial and Bar Council, among other alleged offenses.
The counsel appearing for petitioner Arjun Gopal, on whose plea the court had banned the sale of firecrackers, said the restraint order be extended beyond October 31 keeping in mind the present pollution levels in the national capital and its adjoining areas.