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impound

[im′pau̇nd]
(civil engineering)
To collect water for irrigation, flood control, or similar purpose.
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Reports emerged that the ministry responded to the lawmakers' demands and that the decision to impound cars would be shelved.
He repeatedly begged for leniency, saying if they were to impound his car then his family would not be able to eat.
motorists' vehicles to be stored at home rather than at an impound yard where
But if someone moves the car then we will issue a fine and impound his car again.
There is currently no provision in the existing laws, which empower the departments concerned to impound such vehicles.
Under the new legislation, traffic cops can impound a car on the spot if a driver is caught driving carelessly more than once.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Wayne County's 153 prosecutors are slated to divvy up $500,000 in raises that have been funded by the fines alleged Johns pay to get their cars out of impound.
Two other new laws improve law enforcement's ability to impound drunk drivers' vehicles.
yesterday, CCTO was able to impound at least 20 more motorcycles, said Ouano.
Police Chief David Wermes has requested the villages administrative impound fee increase in most cases to $500, from $250.
It is a smart way to impound the vehicle without the need to bring it to the yard," Brigadier Al Mazroui said.
citizen offered Dhs6 million to buy the vehicle, but was unable to get it released from the police vehicle impound lot or sold because of the ongoing litigation.