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In vacating part of the temporary restraining order, Judge Pointer stated he did not believe irreparable harm was done to Homer Laughlin by allowing Lynns Concepts to continue marketing its Concentrix line of dinnerware.
A restraining order is an order granted by a Court of Queen's Bench judge.
The court granted Hampton's request, issued the temporary restraining order and set a hearing date of October 7 to hear evidence and determine whether a temporary injunction will be granted.
Clear Channel Communications released the following statement regarding a temporary restraining order granted in its favor last night by a Texas judge:
Miss Atkinson said that McLay had breached the restraining order on six occasions, including November 16, the day after he had been in court when he went to the victim's home and she found him asleep there.
319) Yet an unsecured creditor with no lien at all can stop the senior secured party from foreclosing, simply by serving a restraining notice.
Swift took immediate action and had asked the court for a restraining order against the man.
The mum-of-four was handed a 12-month sentence, suspended for 18 months, plus a restraining order which banned her from contacting Mr Douglas.
Father-of-two Alan Christopher Toghill, 53, admitted breaching a restraining order and a community order imposed for another restraining order breach.
The longstanding restraining order restriction never made sense.
The restraining order against Sam Lufti - real name Osama - also applies to a second man, Jon Eardley, who has presented himself as Britney's lawyer.
Washington, Apr 8 (ANI): DJ Samantha Ronson has rebuffed claims that she and her family are seeking a restraining order against Lindsay Lohan.
Assembly Bill 978 would make it a misdemeanor for anyone targeted by a restraining order to try to locate the victim by any ``third-party means,'' including the Internet or by hiring a private detective.
A YOUNG man is waiting in prison to receive his sentence after he admitted charges of serious assault and breaching a restraining order.
A SON who made his mum's life so miserable she took out restraining orders against him is now behind bars.