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What is an dismiss injunction?

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Answered 2008-03-27 03:51:25

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 fairly ambiguous: Dismissing an Injunction means a previous court order has been cancelled.

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