What is another word for sealed order?

21 synonyms found


[ sˈiːld ˈɔːdə], [ sˈiːld ˈɔːdə], [ s_ˈiː_l_d ˈɔː_d_ə]

Sealed order is a legal term used to describe a document or instruction that is sealed or locked to ensure its confidentiality. In legal proceedings, sealed orders are often used to prevent the public or unauthorized parties from accessing sensitive information. Some synonyms for sealed order include court order, protective order, injunction, and restraining order. A court order is a formal instruction from a judge or a court that requires a person or an entity to take or refrain from taking certain actions. A protective order, on the other hand, is a court order that prohibits contact between parties in a legal dispute. An injunction is a court order that requires a person or an entity to stop performing certain actions. Finally, a restraining order is a court order that prohibits a person from engaging in certain activities.

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How to use "Sealed order" in context?

There are many different types of orders, but in general, maintainers of a sealed order protect the privacy of their members. Although outsiders may be privy to the particulars of a sealed order, only its members are allowed to know the full extent of its operations. Members of a sealed order are typically sworn to secrecy and mustCommit themselves to working together towards a common goal.

In order to maintain secrecy, a sealed order often operates in complete silence. Communication is restricted to a limited number of trusted members, and any information that is shared is meant to be used only to advance the common goal.

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