Restraining order is adopted in various forms through injunction. As for example to restrain the dissolution of the Legislative Assembly, or order restraining the barrower’s guarantor to do or not to do certain acts or things etc. Restraining order or order of protection is a form of legal injunction that requires a party to do, or to refrain from doing, certain acts. A party that fails to comply with an order faces criminal or civil penalties and may have to pay damages or accept sanctions. Breaches of restraining orders, can be considered serious criminal offenses that merit arrest and possible prison sentences. The term is most commonly used in reference to domestic violence, harassment, stalking or s*xual assault. In the United States, each state has some form of domestic violence restraining order law, and many states also have specific restraining order laws for stalking and s*xual assault. Restraining and personal protection order laws vary from one jurisdiction to another but all establish who can file for an order, what protection or relief a person can get from such an order, and how the order will be enforced. When the abuser does something that the court has ordered him or her not to do, or fails to do something the court has ordered him or her to do, that is a violation of the order. The victim can ask the police or the court, or both, depending on the violation, to enforce the order. For proper understanding of the matter you can refer the case of Board of Control for cricket, India and another vs Netaji Cricket Club and another: 2005-(001) SCALE-0121-SC.