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Temporary Injunction

Temporary injunctions, as their name implies, are those that are issued for a short time or until the court issues further instructions addressing the topic at hand. They are governed by the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC), 1908, and may be obtained at any time during the course of the trial.

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Section 94: This provision enables the court to prevent the thwarting of the goals of justice by allowing for additional proceedings. According to Section 94(c), a court may issue a temporary injunction and, in the event of disobedience, condemn the offender to a civil prison and order the attachment and sale of his property. The court may issue interlocutory orders as may seem equitable and practical under Section 94(e) of the Code.

Section 95: The court may offer fair compensation to the defendant on his application requesting such compensation if it is determined by the court that there were insufficient reasons to grant the injunction or the plaintiff is unsuccessful in the lawsuit.

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