A final court ruling is expected in about 10 days, following the government's response to the judge's questions.
The one that was the subject of a court ruling last week.
In light of the Court ruling, there is no reason to expect better.
If agreement cannot be reached on individual cases, they will have the right to get a court ruling.
But no change could be made because of the court ruling that required an environmental impact study first.
He said the health department believed the court ruling would cost the state an additional $200 million a year.
She was quickly released under a recent court ruling that had come down in the last few years.
There is no legal appeal from a military court ruling.
In 1984, a federal court ruling awarded $10.4 million to the family.
The reasons of the court ruling were not revealed to the public.
He was under a court order to stay away from her for three years.
I told them I'd be back the next day with a court order.
"I think mother needs a court order to keep him out of the house."
I'll have that court order when you see me next.
At least they still need to get a court order for it.
The court order didn't stop him on the night of May 4, 1970, however.
Now, thanks to the court order, they have no choice but to come up with another plan.
The action is to create or change a legal relationship by a court order.
They will only make a court order if there are major problems.
The court order says a decision must be in place by July 30.
Once the board reports back to the president, he can direct the attorney general to seek the court injunction.
But court injunctions have prevented the new regulations from being put into effect.
The government could have obtained court injunctions to enforce the rules.
Companies may respond by increasing security forces and seeking court injunctions.
Peter had taken the pictures in defiance of the court injunction against him.
But he also said that the current board helped management in recent years by not seeking court injunctions.
An innovative court injunction was served in 2009, which has reduced the problem.
The site was taken down by a court injunction.
What is the point of a legal framework if companies cannot get a court injunction to stop illegal strike action?
Under the law, the court injunction can be lifted if the back wages are paid.
He had recently moved court to seek a judicial order to the state government to fill this post.
In law, a special master is an authority appointed by a judge to make sure that judicial orders are actually followed.
In many cities, each religious community had its own administrative and judicial order.
Our first objective is to absolutely comply with any judicial order.
It can also mean the execution of a judicial order by the directed parties.
In addition, Mexico's record on enforcement of judicial orders for return is mixed.
If the President disobeys a judicial order, the remedy must be political, not legal.
Educational records to comply with judicial orders for state and federal agencies.
Last month, their channel was taken off the air by judicial order.
Other times, it simply defies judicial orders to turn over the material.
It has since been overturned by court decree.
Last week a Federal judge issued a court decree ordering sweeping changes in the agency.
But the longstanding battle to enforce court decrees seems to have reached a new impasse.
Those paraprofessionals cannot be laid off, because their numbers are regulated by a 1980 court decree.
A minute of agreement registered for execution has the same effect as a court decree.
Most airline policies say they distribute miles according to court decrees over wills and divorces.
The judge said the policy violated a 1981 court decree.
Under a 1981 court decree, the city has provided shelter as a legal right to anyone who is truly homeless, virtually without conditions.
In 1991 the trust was upheld by court decree, granting the Evergreens a future.
The city argues that operating under court decrees is inefficient and expensive.