A judicial order that restrains a person from beginning or continuing an action threatening or invading the legal right of another, or that compels a person to carry out a certain act, e.g., to make restitution to an injured party
a formal command or admonition
(law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity; "injunction were formerly obtained by writ but now by a judicial order"
An injunction is an equitable remedy in the form of a court order, whereby a party is required to do, or to refrain from doing, certain acts. ...
The act of enjoining; the act of directing, commanding, or prohibiting; That which is enjoined; an order; a mandate; a decree; a command; a precept; a direction; A writ or process, granted by a court of equity, and, in some cases, under statutes, by a court of law, whereby a party is required ...
(injunctional) Being or pertaining to an injunction
(injunctive) A verbal mood in Sanskrit characterized by secondary endings but no augment, and usually looked like an augmentless aorist or imperfect; A verbal lexeme in injunctive mood
(Injunctions) An injunction is a court order that restrains (prevents) a party from doing something. Commonly these are entered at the time of filing, Ex Parte (without giving the other side notice that they are being sought).. ...
(Injunctions) Obtaining the Identity of Defendants in English Litigation
A legal action which forbids a party defendant from doing some act; it requires a person to whom it is directed to refrain from doing a particular thing.
An order issued by the court prohibiting a person from or requiring him/her to perform some act.
A court action to cease and desist from a course of action.
A court order obtained by growers from local judges during most farm labor strikes in order to limit picketing and access to workers brought in to break the strike. A few rocks thrown or invectives hurled was all that was necessary for an injunction to be issued.
A writ, legal postponement or court order requiring a party to proceed, or restraining a party from, proceeding with a certain action. ...
A court order preventing one or more named parties from taking some action. A preliminary injunction often is issued to allow fact-finding, so a judge can determine whether a permanent injunction is justified.
Writ or order by a court prohibiting a specific action from being carried out by a person or group. A preliminary injunction is granted provisionally, until a full hearing can be held to determine if it should be made permanent.
A court order that says a defendant can't perform, or must perform, a specific act. (Compare enjoin, restraining order.)
An order of a court of equity prohibiting an act or compelling an act to be done.
An order of the court prohibiting (or compelling) the performance of a specific act to prevent irreparable damage or injury.
A court order forbidding or requiring a certain action.
A court order that prohibits a party from doing something (restrictive injunction) or compels them to do something (mandatory injunction).
An order of a court to stop a party from committing the act specified in the order.
A court order which forbids or requires a party to the case to do some act.
a court order for a party to stop doing or to start doing a specific act
A prohibitive order or remedy issued by the court at the suit of the complaining party, which forbids the defendant to do some act which he is threatening or attempting to do. Conversely, it may require him to perform an act which he is obligated to perform but refuses to do.
A writ or order issued under the seal of a court to restrain one or more parties to a suit or proceeding from doing an act which is deemed to be inequitable or unjust in regard to the rights of some other party or parties to the suit.