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party to issue a restraining notice that restrains property of
A statement by Dr Arm read by the coroner said: "The degree of force being used [to restrain him] was in my opinion considerable.
Upon intervention, officers typically deploy less lethal force techniques in an attempt to control and restrain these individuals.
In a memo to staff in BA's internal magazine Cabin Crew News, Safety and Evacuation Systems head Simon Packer writes: "Last year BA handcuffs were used to restrain 17 people but 255 handcuffs went missing
Half of the women had scored high on tests of their propensity to restrain dietary intake; the other half scored low.
An anticipated slowdown in the pace of inventory accumulation also would restrain domestic production as stocks were brought into balance with the expected lower trajectory for sales.
The order may also restrain your spouse from coming near your workplace or home.
341) If the court's theory were taken to its limit, restraining notices could not be effective to restrain secured parties, even as to collateral as to which the debtor has a valuable equity.
Once we determined which restraints were used to restrain and not enable, the quality improvement initiative began.
Hampton requested the order to restrain Bellwether from disclosing any confidential information about Hampton's business without Hampton's prior written consent in accordance with the confidentiality agreement between Bellwether and Hampton.
The restraining notice cannot restrain the payment of next month's rent because that future obligation is contingent at the time the tenant received the restraining notice.
Kelly, 33, appeared in Lane County Circuit Court on Wednesday to seek "voluntary withdrawal and dismissal" of the restraining order she received Tuesday after filing a petition alleging that David Ellison Rosen had injured her neck while attempting to restrain her during an argument.
APPS has initiated its legal action to restrain Portamedic from (a) continuing to interfere with the contract between APPS and the former APPS Colorado representative; (b) aiding and abetting the former APPS Colorado representative to breach fiduciary duties owed to APPS; and (c) ordering an immediate disposition to determine the scope and content of the unfair competition in which Portamedic has been engaging.