exparte

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And here I will digress a moment to make a single remark on a subject of which popular feeling, in America, under the influence of popular habits, is apt to take an exparte view.
The Judge made the order after the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) brought an exparte application before the court.
Mahendar Reddy, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad City, do hereby make this exparte written order and notify the same to the general public prohibiting begging alms and also employing children and handicapped in begging alms in public places and at the main road junctions in the city of Hyderabad," it added.
In case of non-compliance, exparte proceedings shall be initiated against the TV channel.
T he Tata Group on Monday approached a London court seeking annulment of an exparte order obtained by NTT DoCoMo which requires the Indian company to pay USD 1.
Valdez filed the urgent exparte motion after he surrendered in the antigraft court for plunder over the pork barrel scam under the scheme of Janet LimNapoles.
Justice Noor ul Haq N Qureshi has remarked " court will proceed exparte if detailed report on cases registered against Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi is not filed by federation.
After the then Nakawa Chief Magistrate Deo Ssejjemba released an exparte injunctive order offering the landlord, Livingstone Kintu, vacant possession of the premises, Mavid, based at Kireka, was attached in 2010.
and our courts] are authorized and bound to punish"); Exparte dos Santos, 17 F.
Justice Peter Charleton granted Lambe and O'Connell exparte permission to bring their arguments before the court on Monday, hearings the Turf Club will also attend.
section 19-13-11 authorized them to contact a treating physician on an exparte basis to talk about the patient's medical condition: