temporary injunction n. a court order prohibiting an action by a party to a lawsuit until there has been a trial or other court action. A temporary injunction differs from a "temporary restraining order" which is a short-term, stop-gap injunction issued pending a hearing, at which time a temporary injunction may be ordered to be in force until trial. The purpose of a temporary injunction is to maintain the status quo and prevent irreparable damage or change before the legal questions are determined. After the trial the court may issue a "permanent injunction" (making the temporary injunction a lasting rule) or "dissolve" (cancel) the temporary injunction. See also: injunction From www.Law.com for more info see www.steveshorr.com/law.htm Interim = temporary; injunction = an order to prevent someone from doing something
Interlocutory injunction - An injunction which lasts only until the end of the trial during which the injunction was sought.An "ad interim" injunction is the same thing. Blacks law dictionary refers "ad interim" to "interlocutory".Most often these are referred to as "temporary injunctions" or "temporary restraining orders"
An interim injunction is often sought where the other party, if unrestrained, might cause irreparable or immeasurable damage by continuing the conduct which has led to the dispute, Interim injunctions may before permanent.
Injunction is a restraining relief. Interim injunction is a variety or form of interim relief, which is a broader category. Normally when the plaintiff or petitioner establishes a prima facie case and the balance of convenience is in his favour and if he would be subject to much or irreparable harm unless some urgent relief is granted pending the main relief asked for in his suit/petition, then the interim relief is granted in his favour. The order awarding interim relief in no way decides the merits of the case. Nor can it be a res judicata; nor can it establish any ratio decidendi. It is but a discretionary and equitable relief by the Courts to maintain the status quo pending disposal of the cases or to reach some immediate relief and justice to the aggrieved party so that he can pull on further and pursue the case and his livelihood, etc. Interim relief can be of various forms - positive and negative, whereas injunction is generally or exclusively negative. It restrains the defendant or any third party from carrying out any specified action detrimental to the interest of the plaintiff/petitioner pending disposal of the case. As already stated, injunction is a subset within the broader set of interim relief. Normally interim relief granted should not be equal or equivalent to the final relief requested for - of course in very exceptional circumstances the Court can and may grant even such interim relief as equivalent to the final relief requested for.
Injunctions are equitable remedies, they are not remedies which the claimant has a right to and are therefore given at the discretion f the court.
Court has issued Injunction . This Injunction forbids you to enter.
Advantages and disadvantages depend on point of view. To a plaintiff who wants an injunction to make the defendant stop doing some harmful action, an advantage is the harmful action being complained of stops at least temporarily until a full trial can determine whether the injunction should become permanent. The disadvantage as he sees it is that it is not permanent and it may be vacated after a trial if he does not prove it should be permanent. From the defendant's point of view, the disadvantage is that he has to stop doing something he feels he has a right to do even though the plaintiff has not yet proved his case at trial. The advantage is that he still has a chance to prove that it should not become permanent and if he does so, the interim injunction will be vacated after trial and he can go back to doing what he was doing.
Only a judge may issue an injunction.
Gang Injunction was created in 2007.
He filed for an injunction against police enforcement of the ordinance.
To get an injunction lifted against you in England, you will need to satisfy the terms of the injunction. Usually this means paying the fees and fines.
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No such thing as an interim constitution.