prohibition order

prohibition order

1 an order by the High Court preventing an inferior body carrying out an ultra vires act.
2 an order which can be sought in cases of assemblies that are trespassing (unauthorized assemblies of 20 or more persons that could cause serious disruption).
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Magistrates at Berwick have imposed a 12-month prohibition order on 50-year-old Keith Robinson and his son Keith, 20, who are both from Hide Hill, Berwick.
David Walker was handed a Prohibition Order by the General Teaching Council (GTC), in Birmingham, yesterday after serving time for planning a fight between rival fans at a railway station.
In sum, all the elements necessary for the issuance of a prohibition order are presented in this case.
Environmental health officers put a prohibition order on Alimentara Transilvania, a grocery shop in Coolmine Industrial Estate, Blanchardstown, Dublin.
Dishonesty, both in relation to altering the examination papers and in relation to the subsequent investigation Mr Heathcote said: "Having balanced the public interest with those of the teacher(s), the panel have recommended a prohibition order is an appropriate and proportionate sanction, and I agree."
The two offences were failing to comply with a Prohibition Order and for operating an unlicensed HMO.
However, even the 11 teachers given a prohibition order - the most severe sanction available to the GTCW - are allowed to reapply for registration as teachers after a set period, normally between two and five years.
On Monday, the council will apply to Teesside Magistrates Court for a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Order to keep the cafe closed until the owner has removed all of the health risks.
Griffiths was given a prohibition order not to attempt to register as a teacher in Wales for a minimum of two years.
But Coun David Clayton told the county council meeting: "I support the prohibition order. This quarry has been dormant for 30years."
At yesterday's hearing, magistrates confirmed the emergency prohibition order. It means the takeaway must stay closed until environmental health officers are satisified that the problem has been remedied.
An investigation into the outbreak has now been launched and magistrates have served an Emergency Prohibition Order to temporarily shut the restaurant down.