An injunction is an order by the court.
An injunction of dismissal is just that: An order dismissing all or part of the case before the court. Since the question is fairly ambiguous: Dismissing an Injunction means a previous court order has been cancelled.
You could file a motion.
Court has issued Injunction . This Injunction forbids you to enter.
Only a judge may issue an injunction.
He filed for an injunction against police enforcement of the ordinance.
When you want a court to do something, you make a motion. If you make a motion to dismiss, you move to dismiss. If I moved to dismiss, I'm asking the court to dismiss whatever case is in front of me.
To get an injunction lifted against you in England, you will need to satisfy the terms of the injunction. Usually this means paying the fees and fines.
temporary injunction n. a court order prohibiting an action by a party to a lawsuit until there has been a trial or other court action. A temporary injunction differs from a "temporary restraining order" which is a short-term, stop-gap injunction issued pending a hearing, at which time a temporary injunction may be ordered to be in force until trial. The purpose of a temporary injunction is to maintain the status quo and prevent irreparable damage or change before the legal questions are determined. After the trial the court may issue a "permanent injunction" (making the temporary injunction a lasting rule) or "dissolve" (cancel) the temporary injunction. See also: injunction From www.Law.com for more info see www.steveshorr.com/law.htm Interim = temporary; injunction = an order to prevent someone from doing something
Interlocutory injunction - An injunction which lasts only until the end of the trial during which the injunction was sought.An "ad interim" injunction is the same thing. Blacks law dictionary refers "ad interim" to "interlocutory".Most often these are referred to as "temporary injunctions" or "temporary restraining orders"
A sentence with the word dismiss is "The judge had to dismiss court because of bad weather."
Negative injunction is one of equitable remedies. "The court grants negative injunction" means the court order you to stop doing something. For example: if A signed a contract with BBC to perform exclusively on BBC for three years. A breached the contract 1 year later and signed the contract with ABC. Then BBC could sue A repudiated the contract and seek for an injunction. If the court decree the injunction, the order will ask A to stop perform on ABC. This injunction will be considered as a negative injunction.
It is agreed then, we will dismiss him from the force.He will likely dismiss it as a hoax.
Dispose-- to throw away Dismiss--to let go ( as dismiss from class) or to ignore
By Injunction - 1918 was released on: USA: March 1918
By Injunction - 1918 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Approved
An INJUNCTION is a court order to cease doing a certain action or actions. In this case - cease the stalking activity referred to. I tmakes a difference if the injunction was issued by a CIVIL court or a CRIMINAL court. If you violate a CIVIL injunction you can only be found in contempt of court and fined. If you violate a CRIMINAL injunction you can be arrested and immediately taken to jail.
More information is necessary. Injunction against what, or who, for what reason? If it does not directly affect the defendant themselves, it is probably proper.Added answer:The answer this question is a simple Yes. If any party even during the trial, applies for a preliminary injunction against another party and proves that the injunction should be granted, the court may issue a preliminary injunction. The trial will continue and depending on who wins the case, the preliminary injunction will either be vacated or will ripen into a permanent injunction.The whole purpose of a preliminary injunction is to temporarily maintain the status quo between the parties until termination of the case. If the circumstances warrant it, the court may issue a preliminary injunction at any time to do this.
I am ready for the teacher to dismiss the class now.
The root word of dismiss is miss
The temporary injunction stays in effect for a certain number of days, but won't last longer than 15 days. At the full hearing, the judge will decide whether to give you a final injunction. The final injunction will last longer than 15 days and may provide you with more protections than the temporary injunction did.
Injunctions can be either "temporary" or "permanent." Somewhere in the wording of the injunction (you should have received a copy) the terms of the injunction should be spelled out. If the injunction was awarded at your request to protect your minor child it is quite possible that now that she has legally become an adult it might no longer have any effect. If you cannot determine the information from reading the injunction papers, you will have to check with the issuing court to find out.
" We dismiss thee." meaning I dismiss you.
Currently, we don't dismiss the students until late afternoon.
"Granted" means that the judge agreed with and allowed whatever was contained in the Preliminary Injunction.
The injunction means nobody will know who they are, that's why they got them.