restraining order

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restraining order (plural restraining orders)

  1. (law) An order issued by a court of law or other legal authority for a specified timeframe forbidding the restrained party from contacting and close proximity to the protected party and other restrictions, usually banning the possession of arms.

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Last modified on 9 October 2013, at 02:15