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Related to final injunction: interlocutory injunction, temporary injunction
A court order entered after trial on all issues,directing that the losing party take some action or stop doing something. If the losing party disputes the decision, it may appeal. Contrast with a temporary restraining order,which is a court order intended to be effective for a very short time until there can be a hearing.Contrast also with a preliminary injunction,which is a court order intended to be effective only until there can be a full trial,usually several years later.