Interim injunctions

During the course of a legal dispute, it may be necessary for a party to seek a temporary remedy in the form of an injunction. By their nature, interim injunctions are a separate action within a larger claim, but they can be essential in circumstances where a party wishes to preserve the status quo – often ensuring that money remains in a bank account – until the dispute has been resolved.

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