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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Yesterday, the council was granted an emergency prohibition order by city magistrates.
But Coun David Clayton told the county council meeting: "I support the prohibition order.
But a judge quashed the order last month after solicitors for John Tudor and Sons argued the firm had not been given adequate notice that the emergency prohibition order was being issued.
An investigation into the outbreak has now been launched and magistrates have served an Emergency Prohibition Order to temporarily shut the restaurant down.
Imposing a prohibition order barring him from carrying out "regulated activities" in 2010, it stated: "Mr Thorogood has not accepted that his behaviour was wrong, nor provided any evidence which suggests he has remedied the lack of fitness and propriety that led to the prohibition being imposed.
Rivera consented to the issuance of a prohibition order to avoid the time and expense of administrative litigation, according to the NCUA.
Now Education Secretary Michael Gove has handed Livesey an indefinite prohibition order after regulator The Teaching Agency said it was "very concerned about this case and particularly the potential risk to pupils with whom Mr Livesey may come into contact in the future should he be allowed to return to teaching.
Caldmore Balti House in Caldmore Road was shut under a hygiene emergency prohibition order on March 4 after council environmental health officers revealed evidence of a mouse and cockroach infestation, plus rat droppings.
A spokeswoman for the agency said: "Cans of Pakstar brand Curried Chick Peas have been produced on a West Yorkshire premises that has been served with a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Order because of food hygiene contraventions and insufficient canning controls.
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.
The council successfully applied to Teesside Magistrates' Court for a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Order to keep the takeaway closed until all health risks are removed.
An emergency prohibition order was made, preventing the use of all sleeping and living accommodation on the first and second floors.