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Suit for injunction

Suit for injunction refers to, requesting the Court to issue a stay order against the party at fault. Injunction means an order of the Court which prohibits a person to do a particular act. When a party to a contract does something which he promised not to do, the court may issue an order prohibiting him from doing so. This cannot be demanded as matter of right by the party as injunction order is provided at courts discretion. It is a preventive relief for the party not at fault. It is generally granted by the court when
  • Damages would be inadequate remedy for party not at fault
  • A party has promised not to do something but commits a breach

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