Injunctions

Injunctions

An injunction is a mechanism to request the court to prevent a certain action being taken by another until the resolution of the main claim or proceeding. For instance, where divorce proceedings are on foot, parties may be restrained from selling property or dealing with bank monies until the divorce proceedings have concluded. If a party breaches an injunction, they may be held in contempt of court which may result in a heavy fine or imprisonment.

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