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    Question Conjunction order

    When someone's hassling someone and the one being hassled goes to a lawyer to prevent the person who's hassling him from approaching him, they go to the court and issue a 'conjunction order'?

    I thought the term I wanted was 'conjunction order' but I looked it up o the internet and it doesn't exist...

    What term shall I use? (to describe what the court issues to stop someone from hasslng / being in a certain distance (ie100 m) from someone?

    Thanks a lot

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    Re: Conjunction order

    Try "injunction order."

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