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issue an injunction

give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority

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The district court also enjoined enforcement of the Act's second and third sentences, which protect the nomination prerogatives of incumbent members of the General Assembly.
"(1) 'the parties are the same in both [the foreign and domestic lawsuits],' and (2) 'resolution of the case before the enjoining court is dispositive of the action to be enjoined.' ...
7408 authorized civil actions to enjoin any person from promoting abusive tax shelters or aiding or abetting the understatement of tax liability.
"Seek Individually or in a class action to enjoin the enforcement of price controls and allocation regulations.
* Enjoin American bondholders and other financial institutions from further attempting to enforce the bonds.
Certainly, these verses do enjoin the Israelite elders to charity, particularly toward those whom they have impoverished; they do not, in any way, command a statist redistribution of the wealth.
After losing its bid to enjoin the Program in the Michigan State courts PhrMA filed a separate lawsuit in federal court.
Before a court will grant this relief, the requesting party must demonstrate that unless the injunction is granted, it will continue to suffer irreparable harm, and remedies at law are inadequate.(20) While it is beyond the scope of this article to delineate the differing jurisdictional requirements for the issuance of injunctions, the following discussion addresses the government's authority to prohibit, or enjoin, certain gang activities that constitute a public nuisance.
Bean trademark, but in 1987, the 1st Circuit Court was persuaded that it would be offensive to the First Amendment to enjoin the "editorial" parody of the famous outdoor clothing catalog.
With increasing acreages of prime beetle habitat set aside in wilderness or preserves, forest plans that call for less harvesting and even longer rotations to favor survival of red-cockaded woodpeckers, an EIS that prevents timely control of most beetle infestations within wilderness, and Fritz's propensity to legally enjoin the Forest Service for beetle-control actions, the stage is set for a massive sequel to Four Notch.
Second, in a specific case the taxpayer may be able to enjoin the agent's disclosing of trade secrets to an independent expert or third - party fact witness.
In its motion for preliminary injunction, TechINT asks the court to temporarily enjoin Sasnett from "[p]roviding competing services to TechINT's clients, as set forth in the Services Agreement, to include enjoining Sasnett from providing UAS-related and other services to Red Six Solutions, LLC."
'We continue to enjoin all concerned parties to desist from threats and military action and we enjoin all sides to start talks, which should be greatly facilitated by an end to missile test and attack threats,' presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said in a Palace briefing.
announces no further legal action by Italian State's Attorney to enjoin combination with Cyberonics
So, you should hasten to enjoin good and forbid evil during this blessed month, with wisdom and good preaching.