An injunction is an order of the court which prevents or prohibits an individual or company from doing a particular act or thing.
If a party fails to comply with an injunction, they may face criminal or civil penalties, monetary sanctions and possibly imprisonment. Parties who breach an injunction may also be charged with contempt of court.
Injunctions will usually require lawyers to work urgently: with an injunction it’s vital to strike at the right time, reacting with speed and intelligence when on the receiving end of an application for injunction relief.
The primary injunctions that may be required in a family law setting are: non-removal injunctions; ouster injunctions; non-molestation injunctions; and freezing injunctions. These are detailed below:
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