enjoin


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Synonyms for enjoin

Synonyms for enjoin

Synonyms for enjoin

issue an injunction

give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority

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In the criminal street gang injunction, the government may seek to enjoin the use of so-called fighting words, meaning words "which by their very utterance tend to incite an immediate breach of the peace.
Yesterday, the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware denied on state law grounds Mentor's application to enjoin the holding of the special meeting.
The withdrawal of plaintiffs' motion to preliminarily enjoin the merger will allow the Special Meeting of Stockholders to proceed as scheduled on December 23, 1994.
While the Court enjoined Google from displaying Perfect 10 images via Google Image Search, it declined, however, to enjoin Google's linking to other websites that infringe Perfect 10 images.
This means that the court does not enjoin NordicTrack from using such claims acquired from market study based research.
As such, the federal lawsuit seeks to, among other things, enjoin Liberation from continuing to disseminate false and misleading information in direct violation of federal securities laws, including applicable proxy laws.
The suit seeks to enjoin enforcement of the rule, and to prevent EPA from telling states, as opposed to the EPA's, can be implemented without harming small business and consumers.
The Court refused to enjoin Hayes distribution of the test kit and the use of the Hayes icon to identify Hayes and Hayes licensed products.
By joining TWC to the suit, MERCO seeks to enjoin the Attorney General from exerting the alleged political pressure on the agency.