Grounds for annulment—the bankruptcy order ought not to have been made The court can annul a bankruptcy order if the order ought not to have been made (IA 1986, s 282(1)(a)), meaning that the court will assess the facts and circumstances existing at the time the bankruptcy order was made, and not at the time the annulment application is made.
An appeal form is lodged at the local court. There is a fee for lodging an appeal. Appeal in environment offences Where a defendant was present when convicted and sentenced, appeals against decisions of the local court in environment offences are made to the land and environment court.
An Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) is an Order made by a court against a person who makes you fear for your safety, to protect you from further violence, intimidation or harassment. All Apprehended Violence Orders made by the court prohibit the person who is causing these fears from assaulting, harassing, threatening, stalking, or intimidating you. Other conditions can be included.
In legal terms, an "order" is a command entered by a judge (usually a family court judge in child support cases), instructing parties to take some action (i.e. to make periodic child support payments in a set amount), or face penalties for violation of the order.
Criminal cases differ from civil cases. At the beginning of a federal criminal case, the principal actors are the U.S. Attorney (the prosecutor) and the grand jury. The U.S. Attorney represents the United States in most court proceedings, including all criminal prosecutions.
A divorce decree is signed by a judge and is, therefore, an official court order. While all orders are signed by a judge, not all orders may be referred to as decrees. After receiving your divorce decree from the court, you may wonder if you have to comply with all the terms and conditions of the decree.
A court order is an official proclamation by a judge (or panel of judges) that defines the legal relationships between the parties to a hearing, a trial, an appeal or other court proceedings. Such ruling requires or authorizes the carrying out of certain steps by one or more parties to a case.
Court orders are sometimes referred to by other names such as magistrate’s order, search warrant, show cause order, order to appear, summons or clerk’s order. A judge or other judicial official may find an individual in contempt of court for not complying with a court order.
Family courts handle a wide variety of cases involving domestic matters. The most common issues handled at family court include: Marriage Dissolution. When someone wants to end a marriage, they can file a case at family court to ask for a court order ending the marriage. Marriages can be terminated through divorce or annulment cases.