An Injunction is a court order which forces a party to do or refrain from doing specific acts. A party who fails to comply with an Injunction may be sent to prison, or fined, or have their assets seized.
Why seek an Injunction?
An injunction order allows the Court to preserve the status quo until a dispute is resolved. It is often sought where money damages would be of little benefit. For example, where one party has taken confidential information and there is a real risk they will use it for their own benefit.
There are many reasons for seeking an Injunction. We have recently been involved in cases relating to the breach of restrictive covenants, the taking of confidential information, the repeated trespass over land and the prevention of the presentation of a Winding Up Petition.
How can we help you obtain, defend or overturn an Injunction?
The nature of an Injunction usually means that the party seeking it needs to act quickly. We have a team of experienced specialist solicitors who have the expertise and the necessary resources at hand to ensure that the court application can be fully prepared and presented and the resulting injunction enforced, with the minimum delay. We also provide advice and assistance with defending and overturning Injunctions.
We provide advice on a wide range of legal issues to clients around Yorkshire and beyond from our offices in Leeds, York and Sheffield. For an initial discussion about your case, contact one of our specialist solicitors today.
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