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A Court Order is a legal document or proclamation in which a court orders a person to perform a specific act, prohibits him/her from performing an act, sets a court date, or legally establishes something. For example, a Court Order may require an individual to pay a specific amount of money to another party. Some Court Orders are used to set a date specifying when parties involved in a case are expected to appear in court. Other Court Orders may establish the relationship between parties in a case.

In many cases, Court Orders are issued in Writing and signed by a Judge or the Registrar of the Court.

 
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