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(p. 603) 27. Injunctions III—Injunctions in Particular Types of Case 

(p. 603) 27. Injunctions III—Injunctions in Particular Types of Case
(p. 603) 27. Injunctions III—Injunctions in Particular Types of Case

Philip H Pettit

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date: 26 September 2020

This chapter examines different types of injunctions used for particular types of case in Great Britain. These include injunctions to restrain a breach of contract and legal proceedings, to protect membership of clubs, trade unions, and other unincorporated bodies, to restrain the commission or repetition of a tort, to protect copyright, patent rights, and trade marks, to restrain a beach of confidence, and to protect public rights. The chapter also analyses court decisions in some relevant cases.

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