enjoinment


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Synonyms for enjoinment

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

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In March, the case landed in the District Court of Reykjavik, however it was dismissed as the court ruled that only STEF had the rights to claim enjoinment relief.
As Smith discloses formidable accounts of the maneuverings of various political actors, he sheds a light on both those who tinkered with the various radical "isms" of their era and those who unreservedly sought to maintain structural enjoinment to the United States while forsaking radical political consciousness.
4) Although the unanimous circuit decisions staved off the Roadless Rule's permanent enjoinment, the State of Alaska is currently attempting to essentially re-try the case in a new forum, (5) This Article focuses on the Roadless Rule's history (6) and ongoing litigation (7), discussing the decisions upholding the Roadless Rule in the Ninth and Tenth Circuits.
Policies, laws and regulations should be revised and modified to reflect equal opportunity for both women and men on equal footings and to remove discriminatory legislations that impede women enjoinment of their equality and justice at levels and all sectors.
The most relevant conclusion of this chapter, in our opinion, is that in this frame, the state of emergency (by suppressing in some cases national boundaries) has been a way to extend rights, not to reduce the enjoinment of them.
It is the enjoinment of Scripture to honor our rulers and our fellow human beings without ceasing to serve and to fear God (1 Pet.
That enjoinment was met by a baker, who came forward from the crowd despite the protestations of his wife (fig.
Risk assessment for welfare of the victims, drawing the profile of the victims and traffickers in computerized national data base, setting up of victim / witness protection groups, affording them para-legal training preparatory for their trials, setting up networking agencies between the Police, Prosecutors and the Counselors (NGOs) are the areas in which more work is required to be done if the human rights of these victims are to be granted to them as per the enjoinment of our Constitution.
From a policy standpoint, it is worth recognizing that this litigation may be meant more to prompt the federal government to regulate GHG emissions than to gain relief from the enjoinment of the specific defendants.
On behalf of all class members, Keller has demanded actual damages, statutory damages, punitive damages, disgorgement of profits, and permanent enjoinment of using student-athlete likenesses in the future (Keller v.