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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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Radio Africa being their current employer also sought to be enjoined in the case as an interested party.
Pedro Lamata also enjoined some Muslim communities in the Grand Mosque at Mini Forest Brgy 23-C yesterday.
Prospero De Vera, CHED Chairman, told the Manila Bulletin that he issued a CHED Memorandum Order wherein all SUCs and LUCs were enjoined to start their academic calendars in the month of August.
Del Monte had told the court that it has huge interests and stake in the petition since its right to property is likely to be contravened and that its interests and rights will not be articulated unless it is enjoined in the petition.The company also wanted to bring to the attention of the court the existence of other suits and sought directions on how the matter would be conducted in light of the other proceedings.
The district court also enjoined enforcement of the Act's second and third sentences, which protect the nomination prerogatives of incumbent members of the General Assembly.
Diffusion of media power at provincial and local level, as enjoined by the Constitution, would give unhindered access to the people to information and would greatly democratise the media and society.
Interested members and pensioners are enjoined to apply through GSIS Wireless Automated Processing System (GWAPS) kiosks in GSIS branches, provincial capitols, city and municipal halls, government agencies such as the Department of Education, as well as select Robinsons malls and SM City branches (Aura in Taguig City, Cebu, Manila, North Edsa in Quezon City, and Pampanga).
In a surprisingly large number of cases, a defendant enjoined from use of an infringing trademark has proceeded to make only a minute and de minimis change in purported compliance with the court's order.
Summary: In a surprisingly large number of trademark infringement cases, defendants enjoined from use of an infringing trademark make only de minimis changes to the infringing ...
"And We have enjoined on man (to be good) to his parents.
"Islam has enjoined upon men to treat their women fairly.