An injunction is a court order requiring a party either:
An injunction can only be obtained if you can convince the court in consideration of all the circumstances of the case that it should be granted (a discretionary remedy)
An injunction may be sought to:
An injunction may be granted on an interim or final (permanent) basis and different considerations apply, depending on which is sought.
The exact type of injunction granted will depend on each case. Some common types of injunction are as follows:
Other injunctions commonly encountered include:
Our specialist team will advise you if an injunction will best achieve your wishes. If so, we will advise you of your prospects of success, the best strategy to obtain what you want and the costs.
Question: Do you need an injunction?
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Inevitably, you will have more questions and we welcome all serious enquiries.
Litigation is not something to be undertaken lightly. It does have significant cost and time implications.
Christopher Burgon Litigation Specialists
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