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any rule or regulation of a court with which one must comply or risk a contempt action.
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Court order - Wikipedia


A court order is an official proclamation by a judge (or panel of judges) that defines the legal relationships between the parties to a hearing, a trial, an appeal or ...

3 Ways to Get a Court Order - wikiHow


Aug 20, 2015 ... Determine whether you need a civil court order. Civil court is where people sue each other to collect money damages. Unlike criminal court ...

A Guide to Court Orders - Courtroom Advice


What happens when a court order is breached? How is a court order enforced and what do you do if you want to change a court order? We take a look at all of ...

Court Order | Definition of Court Order by Merriam-Webster

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Define court order: a formal statement from a court that orders someone to do or stop doing something — court order in a sentence.

How do you obtain a court order? | Reference.com


In order to obtain a court order, an open case must be present in the court or one must be opened, and then a motion filed for the court order that has supporting ...

What if I don't follow a court order or agreement: Family Law in BC


May 11, 2015 ... The consequences of not following a court order can be serious. And if you have a family law agreement and it's filed in either the Supreme ...

What is a Court Order? (with pictures) - wiseGEEK


Dec 23, 2016 ... A court order is a legal document in which a court orders a person do to or not do something, sets a court date, or legally...

Court order - definition of court order by The Free Dictionary

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An order issued by a court, usually at the request of a party to a case, directing a party or participant in a case to take a certain action. American Heritage® ...