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UFJ Holdings had previously agreed to sell UFJ Trust to Sumitomo Trust, which filed for the court injunction.
The court injunction handed out on 14 February prohibits ALPA members from refusing to request or accept overtime flying work, and from engaging in any other actions which interfere with the carrier's operations, Reuters reported.
She faced arrest for defying a 1995 High Court injunction to prevent her from publishing the memoirs, which documented Charles's life with Princess Diana.
A three-month High Court injunction which was obtained in June banning Mrs Doherty from camping in Tamworth has now been made open-ended.
Facing a charge of criminal contempt for violating a court injunction, Lynch and Moscinski argued that their behavior was permissible because they are required by their religious beliefs to oppose abortion.
District Court injunction banning the addition of new members from SEGs.
He said he expects the government to seek a court injunction to enforce the latest ruling.
With the protesters again refusing to leave we had to resort to applying to a judge for a High Court injunction.
It's very easy to get a High Court injunction on a Friday and play a match on a Sunday but we need to get back to one hearing and one appeal.
A contoversial rave club faces more legal action after defying a court injunction ordering it to close.
City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo said he plans to seek the breakup of ADL- LA or a court injunction prohibiting further harassment.
HARRODS owner Mo-hamed Al Fayed won a High Court injunction banning the scheduled broadcast tonight of a BBC programme about his tax affairs.