PSO

(redirected from Prohibited Steps Order)
AcronymDefinition
PSOParticle Swarm Optimization
PSOPhantasy Star Online
PSOPakistan State Oil
PSOpsoriasis
PSOPolycystic Ovary Syndrome
PSOPenalty Shoot-Out (football / soccer)
PSOPressure Shut Off
PSOPatient Safety Organization (Rockville, MD)
PSOPhone Sex Operator
PSOPower System Operator (various locations)
PSOPeace and Stability Operations (US Army)
PSOPrinceton Symphony Orchestra (Princeton, NJ)
PSOPortland Symphony Orchestra (since 1923; Portland, Maine)
PSOPedicle Subtraction Osteotomy (neurosurgery)
PSOProvisioning Service Object
PSOProgressive Scan Output
PSOPlastic Small Outline Package
PSOPhoto Studio Optimizer
PSOPeace Support Operation
PSOPublic Service Obligation (chiefly European)
PSOParent Support Organization
PSOPort Security Officer
PSOProzess Standard Offsetdruck (German: Process Standard Offset)
PSOPre-Service Orientation (various organizations)
PSOPrincipal Scientific Officer
PSOProfessional Services Organization
PSOProtected Species Observer
PSOPublic Safety Officer
PSOProject Support Office (project management)
PSOProvider Sponsored Organization
PSOProfessional Staff Organization (various organizations)
PSOProvincial Sport Organization (Canada)
PSOPost Security Officer (US DoD)
PSOProhibited Steps Order (UK court order)
PSOProtocol Supporting Organization (ETSI, IETF, ITU, W3C Consortium)
PSOProprietary Security Officer (various companies)
PSOPhilips Symfonie Orkest (Dutch: Philips Symphony Orchestra)
PSOPoker Source Online (gambling)
PSOProduct Support Office
PSOPolicy Support Officer (various locations)
PSOPolitical Science Organization (various locations)
PSOPublic Service of Oklahoma
PSOPrivate Sector Operator
PSOPersonal Service Organization
PSOPost Secondary Option (education)
PSOProduct and Service Offer
PSOProgram Secretarial Officer
PSOPassword Settings Object
PSOProcessing Services Operation (Sprint)
PSOPeoria Symphony Orchestra (Illinois)
PSOPartner Solution Offering (Dell)
PSOPartnership for Sustainable Oceans
PSOProvisioning Service Object (computing)
PSOPantex Site Office (Amarillo, TX)
PSOPrep Sports Online (high school sports websites)
PSOProcess Sign-Off
PSOPlayStationOne
PSOParcel Shipping Order (various companies)
PSOParalegal Society of Ontario
PSOPasto, Colombia - Cano (Airport Code)
PSOParticipating Standards Organization
PSOPublicity Security Officer (US Navy)
PSOPiano-Shaped Object (shoddily made or badly damaged piano)
PSOPortsmouth Symphony Orchestra (Portsmouth, OH)
PSOProcurement Support Office
PSOPembroke Symphony Orchestra (Canada)
PSOPeter Skene Ogden Secondary (school)
PSOProduction Sign Off
PSOPlan de Sécurité Opérateur (French: Safety Plan Operator)
PSOPermanent Slow Order (railway)
PSOProject Safety Officer
PSOPrimary Strike Objective
PSOProtectseniors.org (Washington, DC lobby)
PSOPrimary Standardization Office
PSOPractice/Study/Observation (various universities)
PSOProgram Staff Office/Officer
PSOProvisions Supply Office
PSOPreliminary Screening Officer
PSOPossible Survivable Options
PSOProject Step Off
PSOPayload Sensor Operator
PSOProud Social Outcast
PSOPolicy Service Office (insurance)
PSOPrimary Support Official
PSOPlan for Safe Operation
PSOParma Symphony Orchestra (Parma, OH)
PSOPolysporin Ointment
References in periodicals archive ?
If you're the parent wanting to stop the other party taking the child abroad, you can be proactive and apply to the court for a Prohibited Steps Order.
"The Prohibited Steps Order at the moment is a leaking bucket - it's useless," Ms Duke continued.
Ms Duke argues since the removal of embarkation controls by immigration officers in 1998, court orders protecting children from being abducted, such as All Port Warnings and Prohibited Steps Orders are now "useless".
The orders that the courts can then make are the same regardless of whether you are married or not, namely; Residence Order | Contact Order | Prohibited Steps Order | Specific Issue Order | The orders that the courts can then make are the same regardless of whether you are married or not, namely; Residence Order | Contact Order | Prohibited Steps Order | Specific Issue Order | WILL MY PARTNER HAVE TO PAY MAINTENANCE IF WE SEPARATE?
What is a prohibited steps order? A prohibited steps order prevents a person with parental responsibility from taking a specific step, for example, removing a child from England and Wales without the court's permission.
While an interim care order was in force the local authority had parental responsibility, and the court was unable to make a specific issue or prohibited steps order. Section 92(2) Children Act 1989 made it unlawful to publish material likely to identify a child as subject to proceedings unless the court dispensed with this requirement under section 97(4).
You could also apply for a prohibited steps order to prevent him taking them out of the country.
Your daughter should obtain a residence order and if there is a real fear of a removal without consent then she should obtain a Prohibited Steps Order to prevent contact and a removal.
The orders that the courts can then make are the same regardless of whether you are married or not, namely; Residence Order Contact Order Prohibited Steps Order Specific Issue Order WILL MY PARTNER HAVE TO PAY MAINTENANCE IF WE SEPARATE?
To provide additional security there would also be a prohibited steps order preventing the parents from having any direct contact without a court order, and an order under section 91(14) of the Children Act 1989, preventing the parents from making an application for contact without leave, and permission for K to be known by the surname of S.
Residence Order Contact Order Specific Issue Order Prohibited Steps Order Parental Responsibility Order
Relatives such as grandparents or other people who have cared for the children may be able to apply for any of the orders mentioned, Residence Order, Contact Order, Prohibited Steps Order or a Specific Issue Order.