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What is an dismiss injunction?

An injunction is an order by the court. An injunction of dismissal is just that: An order dismissing all or part of the case before the court.   Since the question is fai (MORE)

What is an injunction?

An injunction is an equitable remedy in the form of a court order, whereby a party is required to do, or to refrain from doing, certain acts.
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How do get an injunction?

  This depends upon your state's laws and to some degree its court rules. You get an injunction by filing with the appropriate court a complaint or petition alleging the r (MORE)

How do you get an injunction?

It may depend on what you wish the injunction for. In cases of alleged Domestic Violence respond to the the Clerk of the Court's office at the Family Division of the court and (MORE)

What are injunctions?

  An 'injunction' is an order issued by the court which stops or prevents some 'action' from taking place.
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Who has an injunction?

well i don't want to say names 4 legal reasons but ill give u clues!! The prem star who had an affair with imogen thomas- 11, Manchester, Daffodil, Bryan :) The chef- He i (MORE)

What is a charitable injunction?

I suppose we can understand this question more easily from the dictionary definition, - 'Charitable' means "unwilling to think badly of people or acts." And from the relevan (MORE)

What is the definition of a injunction?

An injunction is a court order forbidding a person from doing a specific thing, or less often, commanding a person to do a thing. E.g. "The landholder obtained an injunction a (MORE)