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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Under the garnishee proceedings, the garnishee is given an opportunity to challenge the order nisi before it is made absolute.
March 1999 judgement was over $20million while a charging order nisi made on November 5, 1999.
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.
An "Order Nisi" (specific performance) by the court stipulates the amount owed to the mortgagee, and the time for redemption.
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.
The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has obtained an 'order nisi' to garnishee money belonging to Niger and Kogi states governments, domiciled in eight different banks in Minna and Lokoja.
JUSUN, being the plaintiff and applicant had dragged the Niger and Kogi states governments before a Federal High Court, Abuja, seeking an 'order nisi,' to garnishee the money belonging to the state governments.
Quadri last Friday, the court granted an 'order nisi,' against the government of Niger State, referred to as the 53rd and 54th judgement Debtors/Respondents, in the case.
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.