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a writ issued by a court of law requiring a person to do something or to refrain from doing something

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However, the police officials neither complied with the court orders nor submitted a reply in this regard.
The Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined 34 attorneys; disbarring 13, revoking the license of one, suspending 11, and publicly reprimanding nine.
The Minister said: "This is an encouraging report which recognises the positive efforts made by the Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service in improving the accuracy of recording court orders.
CAIRO: Six Christians who converted to Islam and then back to Christianity filed a complaint to the Prosecutor General against the interior minister and his assistant, the head of the Civil Status Organization, for not implementing a court order that allows them to be identified as Christians on their ID cards.
As the consent decree enters its final year, the union is considering asking the courts for an extension, saying the agency has not complied with court orders to buy more buses or improve service for mostly low-income riders.
Moore has never stated upfront that he would defy a federal court order requiring removal of the Commandments.
The article notes that although the Patriot Act may provide protection against lawsuits for companies that comply with court orders and subpoenas for data, organizations that turn over records voluntarily are not protected.
The strike defied a court order and ended with no change in work conditions.
The court orders the inspection if there is an issue between HPD or a particular tenant, " he explained.
SNH EXPECTS THAT THESE EXPENSES WILL CONTINUE AS LONG AS HEALTHSOUTH CONTINUES TO APPEAL OR CHALLENGE THE OUTSTANDING COURT ORDERS OR OTHERWISE TO IGNORE ITS LEGAL OBLIGATIONS.
The woman again filed a petition in the court of Civil Judge Shehbaz Hijazi, contending that her husband Malik Tahseen was reluctant to pay maintenance allowance to her even on court orders.
The Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined 19 attorneys, disbarring two, revoking the licenses of seven, suspending eight, and publicly reprimanding two.
ISLAMABAD, February 11, 2010 (Frontier Star): Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Ch has expressed its anger over Chairman NAB still holding his charge and said that the court orders are being ridiculed and those violating court orders would be behind bars.
The group also said the MTA remains far behind in buying dozens of replacement buses and insists that more than 200 buses would be needed to satisfy both court orders.