A court order that requires some action to be taken, or some party to refrain from taking action. See temporary injunction.
injunction issued on completion of a trial
a final court order that a party cease certain activities permanently or perform certain acts
a final order of the court that directs a person or company to refrain from certain activities permanently or to take certain corrective actions
a n injunction granted after a final hearing
The injunction entered on October 17, 1994, by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, which prohibits interference with the receivership proceedings.
Remedy given by a court that mandates or prohibits a certain action issued at the end of the court proceedings.
A court order requiring that some action be taken, or that some party refrain from taking action. It differs from forms of temporary relief, such as a temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction.
Court order requiring or forbidding action, granted after final hearing has been held on its merits. (Does not necessarily last forever.) Compare preliminary injunction.
A court order requiring that something be done or not done.
Extinguishing the debtor's personal liability on dischargeable debts, through the granting of a permanent injunction protecting the debtor from efforts to collect such debts as a personal liability.