Rule of court

RULE OF COURT. An order made by a court having competent jurisdiction.
     2. Rules of court are either general or special; the former are the laws by which the practice of the court is governed; the latter are special orders made in particular cases.
     3. Disobedience to these is punished by giving judgment against the disobedient party, or by attachment for contempt.

References in periodicals archive ?
Pursuant to California Rule of Court 28(g), Tax Executives Institute submits the following information in support of this request.
In March 2004, the California Supreme Court adopted California Rule of Court, rule 965 (Registered In-House Counsel), which requires non-California attorneys employed as in-house counsel in California to register with the State Bar.