cease and desist order

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Synonyms for cease and desist order

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

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The group had challenged a September 1994 preliminary cease-and-desist order.
Meskus sent the cease-and-desist order to RecTec on Feb.
The latest cease-and-desist order also applies to Larry McKissick, the owner of the property.
In June 2002, the California Department of Insurance issued a Cease-and-Desist Order against Radian, having determined that the Radian Lien Protection policy (RLP) was a form of title insurance.
The town immediately filed suit in Worcester Superior Court seeking a preliminary injunction to enforce its cease-and-desist order halting the delivery of the storage tanks.
The banking department had cancelled its cease-and-desist order in January.
30 affirmed the cease-and-desist order first issued in November 2010 and revoked Carr Miller's registration as an investment adviser firm in Arkansas as of Oct.
In 2004, Lahontan issued a cease-and-desist order to the Lancaster district to stop treated sewage from spilling into Rosamond Dry Lake at Edwards by fall 2008.
Krystal Planet spokesperson Hal Bringman insists that the Missouri cease-and-desist order emanated from a few disgruntled former employees looking to lash out at the company, and says the company is working to clear up the dispute.
Town selectmen then issued a cease-and-desist order and asked for the company to apply for a new permit.
Following a range of remedial measures, Chiquita consented to the entry of a cease-and-desist order for a books and records and internal controls violation and paid a fine of $100,000.
The Board therefore orders that the attached Order of Prohibition issue against Respondent Carl Thomas, and that the attached Cease-and-Desist Order be issued against all Respondents.
The company could end up having to pay out a big settlement as a result of the charges, which include a charge that it broke the cease-and-desist order it agreed to last time it was accused of breaking Securities and Exchange Commission rules.
Shell vows the zoning commission will continue to pursue fines for violating the cease-and-desist order.