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A stay of proceedings is a ruling by the court in civil and criminal procedure, halting further legal ... Jump up ^ Gillhams Law Dictionary; ^ Jump up to: Insolvency.gov.uk Stay of Proceedings; Jump up ^ Cornell Law- Title 9, Chapter 1 ,3; Jump up ...

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Definition of stay in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is stay? Meaning of stay as a legal term. What does stay ...

www.law.cornell.edu/wex/stay_of_proceedings

A court may later lift the stay and continue the proceeding. ... Usually, the pendency of an appeal usually stays proceedings in the court below. In Long v.

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stay. n. a court-ordered short-term delay in judicial proceedings to give a losing defendant time to arrange for payment of the judgment or move out of the ...

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A suspension of court proceedings without resolution of guilt or innocence. A judge may, for example, stay proceedings if there has been an abuse of process. ... term or suggesting a revised Dictionary definition, you authorize Irwin Law to edit, ...

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Stay Law and Legal Definition. In the legal context, a stay is a court order preventing further action until a future event occurs, or the order is lifted. A stay of  ...

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A legal information resource from Legal Aid Ontario ... The decision by the Crown to stay or withdraw charges means they discontinue the prosecution. In both situations, once your charges are withdrawn or stayed by the Crown, you ... Stayed charges can be “brought back to life” within one year of the day they are stayed.

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Definition of STAY OF PROCEEDINGS: Suspension in the progression of a law suit by a court order in situations where proceedings are frivolous or a plaintiff ...

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Definition of STAY: In practice. A stopping; the act of arresting a judicial proceeding, by the order of a court. See In re Schwarz (D. C.) 14 Fed. 7SS.