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a formal command or admonition

(law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity

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Currently if the offender is a victim's partner, or former partner, police can use domestic violence protection orders to try to curb their behaviour.
Another suggested change is to remove the specification that a protection order issued by the judiciary for a woman only covers any children if they are within the legal custody age based on personal status law.
In April of 2011, the Council on General Affairs and Policy of the Hague Conference on Private International Law added "recognition of foreign civil protection orders made .
Councillor Waseem Zaffar, council cabinet member esponsible for community safety, added: "Residents and businesses in Moseley and Kings Heath High Street took part in the consultation over the proposed Public Space Protection Order to address anti-social behaviour in this area, in particular unlicensed street drinking.
Charity worker 'chuggers'will be banned from Gateshead town centre if proposals to impose a Public Space Protection Order are rubber-stamped
Public space protection orders were introduced at Edgwick Park
People who're in a forced marriage, feel threatened with one or know someone who might be, can get what's known as a Forced Marriage Protection Order from a court.
The Home Office consultation document says a stalking protection order could benefit victims of "stranger stalking", who may not be protected by measures that are available to those who fall victim to current or former partners.
NORTHERN Ireland has introduced female genital mutilation protection orders, Stormont ministers said.
Although initially somewhat reluctant to issue protection orders, currently the national courts have seen an increase in the number of such cases, which are not founded on the increasing number of victims of family violence, but these victims increased confidence in this tool of protection, the restraining order (Coalitia Nationala a ONG--urilor implicate in programe privind violenta impotriva femeilor, 2012).
Domestic Violence Protection Orders were introduced in June this year to enable the police and magistrates to provide additional and immediate safeguarding to victims in the aftermath of domestic violence incidents, particularly when there is insufficient evidence to press charges.
428) for time on PTSD scores for women who sought protection orders, regardless of whether or not a protection order was received and irrespective of documentation status.
A writ of kalikasan would lead to appropriate protection orders and mandate court hearings on the environment and health issues.
The provisional federal rules will not lead to non-Indians or non-members acquiring permanent interest in reserve land because exclusive occupation orders and emergency protection orders are temporary.
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