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Interlocutory Injunction

Interlocutory is sometimes used to denote "waiting the outcome of" legal processes. A petition for damages will also include an interlocutory order from the court. Any losses you suffer as a result of the illegal behavior may be the subject of the damage claim. In accordance with New South Wales law, interlocutory injunctions may be issued by the Supreme Judicial at any point throughout a court case. The court may take this action if it deems it to be "fair or convenient." This procedure is described in more detail below.

Interlocutory-Injunction

An "interlocutory application," also known as a request to the court, is necessary to obtain an interlocutory injunction. As a result, a court may issue an injunction order before deciding all of the issues raised in the court case.

Restrictive and prescriptive interlocutory injunctions are generally used to preserve both parties' positions in a dispute until a judge decides what is actually at issue. Without injunctions, the pertinent issues can also evolve and change over the course of the proceedings. The court process may become more difficult, drawn out, and expensive as a result.

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