order of the court

order of the court

noun authoritative pronounceeent, authoritative ruling, binding order, command, court command, declaration by the court, edict, fiat, imperative, juuicial command, judicial decree, judicial dictate, judicial diiection, judicial directive, judicial mandate, pronouncement
Associated concepts: entered order
See also: adjudication, award, decree, holding, ruling, sentence
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It said that group had no answer where it had spent the amount, adding theelections process would be completed until the further order of the court.
2017 again passed by the 3-member bench of this court, and the fourth being the Final Order of the court dated 28.
Additional Advocate General (AAG) Sindh Qazi Shehr Yar appeared in the court and told that Sindh government had suspended the matter of purchase of the arms following the court's orders and no arms have been purchased so far because this was clear order of the court and Sindh government is complying with the orders of the court.
Binay's camp invoked the confidentiality provision under the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2001when it warned the media against making public the purported freeze order of the court.
The Receiver was directed to retain the balance of the income over the expenses until further order of the court.
If the obligation to file a return and pay the tax falls on any "assignee" who by order of the court or by operation of law has possession of or holds title to all or substantially all of a corporation's property or business, the burden of filing a return would extend to public officials.

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