To lay upon, as an order or command; to give an injunction to; to direct with authority; to order; to charge.
To prohibit or restrain by a judicial order or decree; to put an injunction on.
To command or instruct with authority; to abate, suspend or restrain. For example, one may be "enjoined" or commanded by a court with equitable powers, either to do a specific act or to refrain from doing a certain act.
To require a person, through the issuance of an injunction, to perform or to abstain from some specific act.
To prohibit by judicial order; issue an injunction against.
To require a person by order of the court to perform, to abstain or resist from some act.
Require or command, such as a court directing a person to refrain from doing certain acts. See injunction.
To require a person, by writ of injunction from a court of
give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority; "I said to him to go home"; "She ordered him to do the shopping"; "The mother told the child to get dressed"
A command which requires a person to cease an act.
to legally restrain the exercise of a certain action or compel a certain act by way of an injunction (see INJUNCTION).
To order a person to perform, or to abstain and desist from performing a specified act or course of conduct. See injunction. Entity
To command or require; to order that something be stopped.
To require a person to perform, or abstain or desist from some act.
The act of legally prohibiting or mandating a particular action; usually referred to as an injunction.
"v. for a court to order that someone either do a specific act, cease a course of conduct or be prohibited from committing a certain act. To obtain such an order, called an injunction, a private party or public agency has to file a petition for a writ of injunction, serve it on the party he/she/it hopes to be enjoined, allowing time for a written response. Then a court hearing is held in which the judge will consider evidence, both written and oral, listen to the arguments and then either grant the writ or deny it. If granted the court will issue a final or permanent injunction. A preliminary injunction or temporary injunction is an order made by the court while the matter is being processed and considered, based on the petition and any accompanying declarations, either of which is intended to keep matters in status quo (as they are) or prevent possible irreparable harm (like cutting trees, poisoning a stream or moving out of the country with a child or money) until a final decision is made. See also: injunction temporary injunction "
To order someone to stop doing something. See "injunction".
To require a person, via an injunction, to perform or to abstain from performing some specific act.
To command either to do or not to do a specific act.
Direct or to impose by court order.
To legally prohibit or restrain by a court injunction (order).