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.
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Last Thursday, the Morrison government successfully legislated its Counter Terrorism (Temporary Exclusion Orders) Bill 2019, which effectively gives the home affairs minister the power to block an Australian citizen over 14 years of age with suspected terrorism links from returning to Australia for two years.
Moreover, she noted that "it's right that MI5 takes a look to find out what the facts are." Meanwhile, the British Home Secretary confirmed that temporary exclusion orders, which stop potential terrorists from returning to the UK after fighting in places such as Syria, have "just started to be used".
Caguioa also instructed Repizo to conduct an inventory of all exclusion orders and recall orders issued by the agency from 2013 to 2015 and submit the report with appropriate details within a month.
Despite being given 'Nexus Exclusion Orders', banning them from the transport network for six months, they continued to hang around the station and cause more distress.
On Friday David Cameron outlined powers to stop British jihadists who go to fight overseas from returning to the UK under new Temporary Exclusion Orders. But Amer insisted: "If I want to come back, I will - and no one can stop me except for Allah."
David Cameron said the special exclusion orders - which could last for two years or more - would bar suspected fighters from entering the UK unless they agreed to strict controls.
The ITC can issue temporary exclusion orders of devices that will be blocked from import (impounded) into the United States by U.S.
Second, because the ITC's main remedies are exclusion orders enforced by U.S.
Nevertheless, the ITC held that owners of FRAND-encumbered patents can, at least in some circumstances, obtain exclusion orders. The ramifications of this decision will be felt nationwide by businesses and consumers that make or use tech products.
INDEFINITE exclusion orders have been issued against a former jump jockey and two punters as part of the regulatory body's continuing drive to safeguard the integrity of the sport.
Six other sites across Warwickshire were put forward to the council's executive committee but were not considered suitable for exclusion orders to be placed.