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(p. 578) 26. Injunctions II—Principles Governing Grant of Injunctions 

(p. 578) 26. Injunctions II—Principles Governing Grant of Injunctions
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(p. 578) 26. Injunctions II—Principles Governing Grant of Injunctions
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Philip H Pettit

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10.1093/he/9780199694952.003.0026
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date: 19 August 2019

This chapter examines the principles for granting injunctions in Great Britain. It explains that interim injunction involves a court order against a defendant when the claimant has not yet established that some right of his has been infringed by the defendant, while a perpetual injunction can only be granted when the claimant has already established the infringement of some of his right by the defendant. The chapter also discusses the particular factors that may defeat a claim for an injunction.

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