What are injunctive actions?

An injunction is a court order requiring a person to do or cease doing a specific action. There are three types of injunctions: Permanent Injunctions,Temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions. Temporary Retraining Orders (TRO) and Preliminary injunctions are equitable in nature.

What are examples of injunctions?

Injunction Examples

  • 1) Infringement Of Intellectual Property. The infringement of intellectual property, even for a day, can be incredibly costly to the owner of the property.
  • 2) Theft Of Clients.
  • 3) Minority Shareholder Freezeouts.
  • 4) Breaches Of Fiduciary Duties.
  • 5) Breach of Contract.
  • 6) Bankruptcy.

What is meant by injunctive?

1 : a writ granted by a court of equity whereby one is required to do or to refrain from doing a specified act. 2 : the act or an instance of enjoining : order, admonition.

On what grounds can you get an injunction?

An injunction is a legal order for a person to do or not to do something. these can include: problems with a neighbour acting in an anti- social way, loud noise for example; being harassed or intimidated by a person; to halt work e.g Tree removal. There are many examples.

When can an injunction be granted?

per Sec. 37(2) of Specific Relief Act- A perpetual injunction can only be granted by the decree made at the hearing and upon the merits of the suit; the defendant is thereby perpetually prevented from the assertion of a right, or from the commission of an act, which woud be contrary to the rights of the plaintiff.

Who can file suit for injunction?

A suit can be filed by the title holder for recovery of possession or it can be one for ejectment of an ex-lessee or for mandatory injunction requiring a person to remove himself or it can be a suit under Section 6 of the Specific Relief Act to recover possession.

What does injunctive relief mean in legal terms?

Injunctive relief, also known as an injunction, is a remedy which restrains a party from doing certain acts or requires a party to act in a certain way. It is generally only available when there is no other remedy at law and irreparable harm will result if the relief is not granted.

What is the criteria for an injunction?

(1) by consent, (2) in connection with charging orders and appointments of receivers, (3) in aid of execution of judgments. 1.3 In any other case any judge who has jurisdiction to conduct the trial of the action has the power to grant an injunction in that action.

Can you get an injunction without going to court?

Even if the court does not issue a restraining order (or if there has not been a criminal trial at all) you can make an application for a protective injunction.

Why might a court deny an injunction?

– a reasonable likelihood of success on the merits; – irreparable harm if an injunction is not granted; – a balance of hardships tipping in its favor; – a favorable impact on the public interest.

What is involved in filing an injunction?

injunction can tell someone to stay away from your home, car, work, and any other places that the court feels is necessary. This is done in civil court, not criminal court, so the person who requests an injunction keeps the case going. Before a final judgment is issued, the person asking for the injunction can ask the court to drop or stop the order

What is the purpose of an injunction?

A completed N16A form

  • Relevant grounds to bring the claim
  • A witness statement or affidavit including material facts for the court’s consideration. Additionally,the claimant will need to attach all relevant documents.
  • How to dissolve an injunction?

    Final or perpetual injunction.

  • Interim or interlocutory injunction.
  • Prohibitory injunction.
  • Mandatory injunction.
  • Mareva injunction.
  • Quia timet injunction.
  • Anton Piller order (Search order) An Anton Piller order (also known as a search order) is a court order requiring a party to permit another to enter the former’s premises