injunction : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in juhngk shuhn

  • n  a formal command or admonition
  • n  (law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity
    injunction were formerly obtained by writ but now by a judicial order

  • The government enforced prohibition during elections with an injunction.
  • He also acknowledged the injunction had backfired, kindling publicity for Wikileaks and driving traffic to its mirror sites.
  • The Attorney General may seek contempt-of-court action if either side violates the injunction.
News & Articles


  • Max Mosley in
    During the meeting it became apparent that Ferrari have made an application to the French courts to apply for an injunction to stop us doing what we want to do,said Mosley.
  • Nick Griffin in TeleText
    We have very serious concerns that the Department of Interior is going to announce a second moratorium..............despite the injunction against the original moratorium, we currently have a de facto moratorium because of uncertainty from the... Bobby Jindal Jul 8, 2010 51957 69333 injunction Leader Nick Griffin said: If we find out who it was and they are covered by the High Court publication injunction, then they are going to prison."

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