Coupfourpointfive broke the story on July the 14th that Vayeshnoi had fled to New Zealand after trying to pay for $50,000 worth of jewellery with a dud cheque.
Justice Sosefo Inoke today said the restraining order was issued after the lawyer for the Director of Bhavani Jewellers Limited in Sigatoka, filed an affidavit alleging Vayeshnoi owed the business money.
Raniga said Vayeshnoi picked up the jewellery on May 2nd this year and when he did not pay him, he took the cheque to a bank but was told Vayeshnoi's account was already closed and the cheque was dishonored.
Raniga said he reported the matter to Sigatoka police this month and decided to seek legal action after he found out Vayeshnoi was in New Zealand and intended to stay there.
It's believed he is currently negotiating to transfer his personal properties, car, money in other banks and savings from FNPF.
The Lautoka court will hear the case again on August 17.