exclusion order

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exclusion order

an order shutting out.
1 it is used sometimes to describe orders keeping named persons out of the UK.
2 in English law, the court has the power to order the exclusion of either spouse from the matrimonial home if it appears to the court that the making of the order is necessary for the protection of the applicant or of any child of the family from any conduct or threatened conduct or reasonably apprehended conduct of the other spouse that is or would be injurious to the physical or mental health of the applicant or child. Similar provision exists in Scotland.
3 see EXCLUSION.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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officials involved in the process that eventually produced Executive Order 9066, including Francis Biddle, the Attorney General, believed that American citizens of Japanese descent could not be detained without a suspension of the habeas privilege.
Takashi Hori was the owner of the Panama Hotel in 1942, when, just months after Pearl Harbor was bombed, some 120,000 of the West Coast's Japanese and Japanese-American residents were given weeks or sometimes days to pack before they were sent to internment camps, per President Roosevelt's Executive Order 9066. Limits were severe on what they were allowed to take with them.
Then, on February 19, 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, empowering the US military to designate parts of the United States as "military areas" and to admit, exclude, or remove people from them.
Signed by FDR in February 1942, Executive Order 9066 was a brutal and authoritarian document rooted in fear, racial prejudice, and sweeping generalizations unsupported by the data then available to policymakers.
anniversary of Executive Order 9066 (1) was one I could not resist.
When Executive Order 9066 is enacted after the attack at Pearl Harbor, children's librarian Clara Breed's young Japanese American patrons are to be sent to prison camp.
Roosevelt's Executive Order 9066, signed mere months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, ordered all Japanese Americans to evacuate the West Coast.
President Roosevelt's signature on Executive Order 9066 forces residents of Japanese ancestry to leave their homes.
This tragic incident happened before FDR's Executive Order 9066, and even before Pearl Harbor, and he was detained for a few days to be interrogated because he had transferred a large sum of money (so he told me) in preparation to take his Nisei (second generation) wife and American-born family to Japan.
19, 1941, Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, evacuating at least 120,000 individuals of Japanese ancestry - the vast majority being U.S.
(1) Executive Order 9066 authorized the Secretary of War and designated military commanders "to prescribe military areas ...

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