final injunction


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final 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.

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2d DCA 1988) (instructing trial court to enter final injunction enforcing noncompete agreement "for a period of one year from the issuance of the trial court's order").
Final injunctions are subject to yet another procedure.
The final injunction had been served upon (defendant) or (defendant) had acknowledged receipt.
If a final order of injunction is issued, the terms of this temporary injunction will be extended until service of the final injunction is effected upon Respondent.
30(6)(d), Florida Statutes, to read: "A final injunction for protection against domestic violence entered pursuant to this section; may order that the respondent attend a batterers' intervention program as a condition of the injunction.
The ACCC is also seeking pecuniary penalties, declarations that Mr Chopra contravened the ACL, final injunctions and costs.
The judge ruled that the media should be allowed to identify men who were the subject of full and final injunctions.