interlocutory injunction

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Synonyms for interlocutory injunction

injunction issued during a trial to maintain the status quo or preserve the subject matter of the litigation until the trial is over

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Metcash completed the transaction on September 30, 2011, after the Court dismissed an urgent application for an interlocutory injunction blocking the transaction on September 20, 2011.
In order to obtain a preliminary injunction, the petitioner must establish: (1) a reasonable likelihood of success on the merits; (2) irreparable injury and lack of an adequate remedy at law; (3) that the threatened harm to the petitioner outweighs the harm the injunction may cause the nonmoving party; and (4) that the granting of the injunction will not disserve the public interest") (citations omitted), with RESTATEMENT (SECOND) OF TORTS [section] 936(2) (listing the special factors relevant in determining the propriety of granting an interlocutory injunction against a tort).
In that case, the applicants applied for an interlocutory injunction to ensure that adequate gym, laboratory and classroom facilities would be available to francophone students in the coming school year.
In order to be granted an interlocutory injunction the plaintiff has to establish that there is a strongly arguable case, the balance of convenience favours the grant rather than its refusal and damages are not an adequate remedy.
Mr Cullen, a married father of two from Starwood, Coolmine, Saggart, Dublin, is seeking an interlocutory injunction restraining the paper from publishing more stories saying he is involved in criminal activity.
Six years before Lonrho was decided, the English Court of Appeal in Gulf Oil (Great Britain) Ltd v Page ('Gulf Oil') (31) granted an interlocutory injunction to restrain the publication of defamatory but true statements.
The school board and principal asked that, at the very least, the judge "quash" the interlocutory injunction of Justice MacKinnon.
MTV Networks Europe had filed a lawsuit with the district court in Asker and Baerum, seeking an interlocutory injunction to prohibit Canal Digital Kabel TV from removing the TV channel MTV from its Basic Tier.
With respect to the requirements for obtaining an interlocutory injunction, the Crown argued that there was no issue to be tried.
They will also seek an interlocutory injunction pending the hearing of their appeal,
Three weeks after that, without seeking an interlocutory injunction, it applied for summary judgment seeking declaratory relief and an injunction barring plaintiffs from further proceeding in the California courts.
The term, preliminary injunction, refers to an interlocutory injunction issued after notice and hearing which restrains a party pending trial on the merits.
A spokesman for Tayto's parent company Cantrell & Cochrane said: "Walkers are seeking an interlocutory injunction to prevent Tayto using the brand name Mighty Munch which, they claim, conflicts with Monster Munch.
In February 1995, Daishowa went to the Appeals Court of Ontario which granted an interlocutory injunction against the boycott in January 1996.
On April 2, 2009 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice heard motions by Rusoro and Endeavour for permission to appeal the interlocutory injunction.