an official demand made by a court telling a person, business or other institution to do something or to stop doing something Our client has complied with the court order.
- He agreed not to disclose confidential documents or materials without a court order.
- They sought to block enforcement of a trial court order requiring them to produce financial statements.
- She filed a motion for a court order vacating the judgment.
- She was accused of willfully violating a court order.
- Gabriel pleaded guilty to disobeying a court order regarding conditions of bail.
- The situation involved the lawyer's failure to comply with a court order.
- The tenant is evicted(=thrown out of the house) after a court order is granted.
- under a court order
- subject to a court order
- Common types of court orders are orders to pay the other party's costs, and termporary restraining orders, which stop a party from doing something temporarily.