ancillary relief


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ancillary relief

noun accessory relief, additional relief, adjunct relief, an added judgment, attendant relief, beneficial relief, collateral relief, complementing relief, extra relief, other relief, resultant relief, resulting relief, secondary relief, sequential relief, spare relief, subordinate relief, supplemental relief, supplementary relief, supporttng relief
Associated concepts: ancillary administration, ancillary attachment, ancillary bill, ancillary jurisdiction, ancillary prooeeding
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It was also just and convenient to grant the ancillary relief, given the protection of investors and the compensatory purpose of the US proceedings, as well as the considerations of comity in this case relevant to the granting of a freezing order over assets located in onshore Dubai.
However, the CA took note of the Supreme Court's action on a similar petition filed by Trillanes where it denied the latter's prayer for ancillary relief to prevent the enforcement of Proclamation 572 on the ground that the issue of whether the senator availed of Amnesty Proclamation 75 was for the trial courts to determine.
Bruselas Jr., the CA said that even the Supreme Court (SC) did not issue any ancillary relief to Trillanes when he elevated the nullification of his amnesty through President Duterte's Proclamation No.
Anne Thompson leads the team and is an expert in handling ancillary relief cases.
(57) Building upon the broad historical power of equity, courts have thus granted forms of ancillary relief that serve to effectuate the larger consumer protection and preventative purposes of the 1933 Securities Act and 1934 Securities Exchange Act.
Texas Gulf Sulphur and it progeny base the SEC's authority to seek and the court's power to impose disgorgement on the claim that it is a form of equitable ancillary relief. If disgorgement is a penalty, however, courts lack that power and the SEC lacks that authority.
In addition to issuing an administrative complaint, the Commission authorized agency staff to seek a temporary restraining order, preliminary injunction, and ancillary relief in federal court, should doing so be necessary to ensure the Freedom Innovations business remains viable and to preserve the Commission ability to order effective relief if staff prevails in the administrative trial on the merits.
"Ancillary relief (or financial remedy) proceedings are quintessentially private business."
Mr Llwyd, who became a solicitor in 1977, was called to the bar in 1997, and is now a member of Chester's Linenhall Chambers, will say: "My background in family law convinced me - it still does - that taking ancillary relief and private family proceedings out of the scope of legal aid will have a devastating effect on families and on children.
creditors or of the monetary ancillary relief claims of its corporator's spouse." But in a dissenting opinion, Lord Justice Thorpe, whose legal background is the family division of the high court, said: "So long as the marriage lasted, the husband's companies were milked to provide him and his family with an extravagant lifestyle.
The scheme covers specialist areas of family Law work and to be successful, Lucy had to demonstrate a high level of knowledge, skill and experience in two chosen areas of family law, ancillary relief and children matters.
Trinity offers a broad range of expertise through its 14 specialist practice groups: agriculture; business and insolvency; chancery; crime; employment; family and ancillary relief; immigration; judicial review; licensing; mental health and court of protection; personal injury; planning and regulatory.