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enjoin

To issue an order from a court commanding one to take some action or cease some action. See injunction.

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Enjoin now supports all departments that benefit through improved clinical documentation-including outpatient services and quality reporting.
So, you should hasten to enjoin good and forbid evil during this blessed month, with wisdom and good preaching.
Generally, injunctive relief is not deemed to be appropriate if its purpose is merely to enjoin the commission of a criminal act per se because such a remedy would effectively punish criminal activity without providing for due process.
Federal District Court also Grants Pressure Products' Request to Permanently Enjoin Sales of FlowGuard.
along with other holders of MedQuist's common stock, have filed a shareholder derivative lawsuit in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, seeking, among other things, to enjoin the payment of a substantial dividend.
RSA is asking the court to declare that HPD violates owners' rights and permanently enjoin HPD from making repairs without first giving owners notice and the opportunity to make the repair.
SAN DIEGO -- Marin County Superior Court Judge Lynn O'Malley Taylor has ordered that a hearing be held June 11, 2008 on the effort of shareholders to enjoin the proposed acquisition of Restoration Hardware, Inc.
State death row inmates brought a pro se civil rights lawsuit seeking to enjoin their executions.