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Ordonnance de refere

English translation: summary order; injunction order

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11:53 Nov 15, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
French term or phrase: Ordonnance de refere
This appears in a document discussing legal action. It is part of the document heading, along with the title of the case of the no. de role. There is a date and a number after the ordonnance de refere.
JMcKechnie
Local time: 04:53
English translation:summary order; injunction order
Explanation:
From LGDT:

(1) Domaine(s)
droit
summary order (b)
Entrée(s) additionnelle(s):
injunction (b)
ordonnance de référé n f (a)
[1978]
TBT19476196

(2) Domaine(s)
droit
jugement de référé n m (a)
Injunction order in chambers delivered by the juge des référés. (b)
Entrée(s) additionnelle(s):
ordonnance de référé n f (a)
[1978]
TBT17698784
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Summary of answers provided
naOrder on emergency applicationJessica Dunn
nasummary order; injunction order
Yolanda Broad
nacourt injunctionLouis RIOUAL
najudge's decision in urgent case proceedings
Mats Wiman


  

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26 mins
judge's decision in urgent case proceedings


Explanation:
ordonnance=decree, judge's decision
référé=urgent case proceedings


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Mats Wiman
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1 hr
court injunction


Explanation:
general legal vocabulary

Louis RIOUAL
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1 hr
summary order; injunction order


Explanation:
From LGDT:

(1) Domaine(s)
droit
summary order (b)
Entrée(s) additionnelle(s):
injunction (b)
ordonnance de référé n f (a)
[1978]
TBT19476196

(2) Domaine(s)
droit
jugement de référé n m (a)
Injunction order in chambers delivered by the juge des référés. (b)
Entrée(s) additionnelle(s):
ordonnance de référé n f (a)
[1978]
TBT17698784


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Yolanda Broad
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3 hrs
Order on emergency application


Explanation:
An ordonnance de référé is (1) an interim order (2) handed down by a judge authorized to hear emergency matters. The purpose is to preserve the status quo and/or prevent irreparable harm by ordering or prohibiting certain actions until the merits of the case can be considered. In US usage, a "summary" order disposes of the merits of an issue and is not a term used in reference to interim relief. Secondly, an injunction (which is an order; no need to say "injunction order") is one type of provisional relief but not the only type.


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