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Definition of court order in English:

noun

A direction issued by a court or a judge requiring a person to do or not do something: his creditors secured a court order for his arrest under the court order, she is allowed no contact with her son
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  • The Applicant has been told that he requires a court order in order to have his cheques returned to him.
  • It is arguable that the requirement of a court order for this is an unnecessary historical relic.
  • The next question is how much, therefore, should the court order the defendant to pay by way of interim order.

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