Anton Piller

Anton Piller

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

См. также в других словарях:

  • Anton Piller order — Prior to the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules, search orders were known as Anton Piller orders. They are also known as search and seizure orders . A court order which provides for the preservation of the subject matter of a claim or the… …   Law dictionary

  • Anton Piller orders — in English procedure, an order of the High Court that orders the defendant to allow the plaintiff to inspect, remove or copy documents, granted on the plaintiff s showing there is danger to the evidence: see Anton Piller KG v . Manufacturing… …   Law dictionary

  • Anton Piller order — In English and English derived legal systems, an Anton Piller order (frequently misspelt Anton Pillar order) is a court order that provides the right to search premises and seize evidence without prior warning. This prevents destruction of… …   Wikipedia

  • Anton Piller order — noun A court order allowing a plaintiff to go to someones premises and seize documents (entry must be with that someones permission, but if refused would be a contempt of court). Used in extreme cases when a prospective defendant might destroy… …   Wiktionary

  • Anton Piller order — See search order …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • Piller (Unternehmen) — Piller Rechtsform GmbH Gründung 1909 Sitz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Piller — may refer to:* Anton Piller order, court order which provides for the right to search premises without prior warning * Janine Piller, politician of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador * Michael Piller, television scriptwriter and… …   Wikipedia

  • Hugh Laddie — Sir Hugh Ian Lang Laddie (15 April 1946 28 November 2008 [1]) was a British High Court judge, lawyer, professor, and a specialist in intellectual property law.[2][3][4] He was considered one the leading English judges and academics in the field… …   Wikipedia

  • Directive on the enforcement of intellectual property rights — EU directive title=Directive on the enforcement of intellectual property rights number=2004/48/EC madeby=European Parliament Council madeunder=Art. 95 OJref=L157, 2004 04 30, pp. 32 ndash; 36 L195, 2004 06 02, pp. 16 ndash; 25 made=2004 04 29… …   Wikipedia

  • John Brightman, Baron Brightman — John Anson Brightman, Baron Brightman (20 June 1911 ndash;6 February 2006) was an English Chancery barrister and ultimately a judge of the House of Lords.Early life and careerBrightman was the son of a country solicitor. He was educated at… …   Wikipedia


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