order

order
1) приказ; предписание; распоряжение; указание; инструкция | приказывать; предписывать; распоряжаться; давать указания, инструкции
2) требование | требовать
3) ордер
4) заказ | заказывать
5) порядок; регламент
6) раздел (правил судопроизводства Верховного суда Англии)
7) орден (награда)
8) орден (рыцарский, религиозный)

order for collection — инкассовое поручение;

order for costs — решение суда по вопросу о распределении судебных издержек;

order for disinterment — приказ (коронера) об эксгумации;

order for possession — 1. судебный приказ о выселении 2. судебный приказ о предоставлении жилья за выселением;

order for the defendant — судебный приказ о явке ответчика [подсудимого] в суд;

made out to order — ордерный, выписанный приказу кого-л. ;

order nisi — условно-окончательный приказ суда, приказ суда, имеющий неокончательную силу (вступающий в силу с определённого срока, если не будет оспорен и отменён до этого срока);

to order imprisonment — издать судебный приказ о заключении в тюрьму;

to make an order — издать приказ (судебный);

to order new trial — издать судебный приказ о новом слушании дела;

to reverse an order — отменить приказ (судебный);

order to show cause — приказ о представлении обоснования (приказ суда стороне изложить причины того, почему не следует удовлетворить ходатайство противной стороны);

order under law — приказ на основании закона

- order of commitment
- order of convenience and necessity
- order of court
- order of discharge
- order of examination
- order of jurisdiction
- order of precedence
- order of priority
- order of proof
- order of revivor
- order of sequence
- order of succession
- order of the day
- adjudication order
- administrative order
- agreed order
- Anton Piller order
- arrest order
- bastardy order
- busing order
- buying order
- cease-and-desist order
- charging order
- chartering order
- commission order
- committal order
- commutation order
- consent order
- convenience-and-necessity order
- court order
- curfew order
- custodianship order
- decretal order
- delivery order
- demolition order
- disbarment order
- discovery order
- effective order
- enforcement order
- established order
- exclusion order
- executive order
- final order
- formal order
- forwarding order
- fraud order
- garnishee order
- general orders
- interim order
- interlocutory order
- judge's order
- judicatory civil order
- law order
- magistrate's order
- maintenance order
- mandatory order
- military order
- modifying order
- money order
- non-molestation order
- oral order
- original order
- preliminary order
- probation order
- procedural order
- protection order
- provisional order
- public order
- public order of ocean resources
- rate order
- receiving order
- reparation order
- restraining order
- restriction order
- satisfied order
- secrecy order
- selling order
- separation order
- sessional order
- social order
- special order
- stand-by order
- standing orders
- statutory order
- stipulation order
- stop order
- substantive order
- supervision order
- unsatisfied order
- verbal order
- vesting order
- winding-up order
- written order
- garnishment order
- intermediate order
- legal order
- protective order

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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