Order nisi

ORDER NISI. A conditional order which is to be confirmed unless something be done, which has been required, by a time specified. Eden. Inj. 122.

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PNN Avnery: a first step towards deleting this anti-democratic stain from Israel's law books Former Knesset Member Uri Avnery and the Gush Shalom movement, in which he is active, welcome the decision of the Supreme Court to issue an order nisi in the appeal against the "boycott law" and require the state to explain why it would not revoke this law.
The HCJ has issued an order nisi against the plant on June 27, 2010.
When the redemption period in the Order Nisi expires, the court will order the property to be foreclosed (legally transferred to the mortgagee) or sold to a third party.
On 24 July this year, the chief justice, Carl Singh (of Indian extraction) who was appointed by President Jagdeo, granted a temporary order nisi removing Holder-Alleyne from the case.
that the Israeli Supreme Court issued an order nisi last week (April 20,
Partner") (Nasdaq:PTNR)(LSE:PCCD)(TASE:PTNR), a leading Israeli mobile communications operator, announced that it received yesterday a petition to grant an order nisi and an interlocutory order, filed in the Supreme Court sitting as the High Court of Justice against the Minister of Environmental Protection, the Minister of Interior and the Minister of Communications (as respondents) and against Partner, Pelephone Communications Ltd.
They asked the court to issue an order nisi, freeze the application of the law and preventing lawsuits against those calling for a boycott of the settlements, pending the end of the proceedings.
The Israeli High Court issued, Sunday, an Order Nisi ordering the State of Israel to explain within 90 days why it is refraining from enforcing the demolition orders for the waste purification facility built illegally and without a building permit in the West Bank, on the outskirts of the settlement of Ofra, a press release by Yesh Din said.
com (AMEX:AAC) announced today that the Supreme Court of British Columbia has granted the company's subsidiary Axion Investment Corporation application for an Order Nisi.
The loan was not repaid on the due date and Axion applied to obtain an Order Nisi of foreclosure in the matter.