issue an order

issue an order

verb command, declare, decree, determine, dictate, direct, find, hand down a judicial command, hand down a judicial instruction, instruct, make an authoritative command, mandate, prescribe, proclaim, pronounce, publish an order, rule
See also: command, dictate, direct, enjoin, instruct, order, prescribe
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According to reports of the Bulgarian Legal World magazine, Tsvetanov was penalized for failing to issue an order setting out the provision of free food and drinks for police officers exposed to health risks and for ones working rotating shifts.
Gupta said: "We will issue an order making it mandatory for BPOs to ensure that their employees are dropped at homes and not on main roads.
Under the FDI Act, the OCC may initiate a prohibition proceeding against a former employee of a national bank, but the Board must make the final determination whether to issue an order of prohibition.
A physician had asked Judge Retchin to issue an order to hospitalize Magbie.
The list of people who can issue an order has been expanded to include licensed practitioners, permitted by the state and the facility, to issue such orders.
The commission voted to issue an order establishing Tampa Electric Company's equity ratio for 1998 for regulatory purposes at 58.
The majority noted somewhat disdainfully that the ordinance directs the police to issue an order for individuals to disperse without first making any inquiry about their possible purposes(7) and then observed:
If the taxpayer fails to comply, the Service Can request the court to issue an order requiring the taxpayer to show cause as to why the taxpayer should not be held in contempt.
President Clinton is expected to issue an order barring federal contracts with companies that violate immigration law by hiring undocumented foreign workers, administration officials said Monday.
It is very disappointing that the federal appeals court did not agree to step in and issue an order to reinstate Terri's feeding tube," said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ, which represented the Schindlers - Terri's parents - at the Supreme Court in their efforts to defend the previous Florida legislation that was declared unconstitutional.
The Commission has tentatively established a target date of mid-March 2002 to issue an order in this proceeding.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today requested the United States District Court to issue an order allowing PG&E to commence recovering its going-forward wholesale procurement costs immediately.