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What is an injunction?

An injunction is an order issued by a court that forces the defendant - a person, corporation or government entity - to do something or stop doing something, depending on what the plaintiff is requesting. In relatively rare cases, the court may issue a mandatory injunction, compelling a person, company, or governmental unit to take affirmative action in carrying out a specified action. Instead of asking a court for monetary damages, a plaintiff can ask the court for an injunction (or injunctive relief) against the defendant.

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What is a strict liability cause of action?

Strict liability is a legal doctrine that makes a person or company responsible for their actions or products which cause damages regardless of any intent on their part. A plaintiff filing a personal injury lawsuit under a strict liability law does not need to show intentional or negligent conduct, only that the defendant's action triggered strict liability and that the plaintiff suffered a harm. Whether or not a tort action is considered strict liability and what damages are appropriate will depend on your state law, so consult an experienced personal injury attorney prior to filing a strict liability claim.

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Why might a court refuse to provide injunctive relief?

There may be several reasons why a court would refuse injunctive relief. Below is a list of the types of injunctions, their requirements and why a court might refuse one. Click for more.

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