I need to know all that there is to know about a 'suit for bare injunction', as in 'injunction-simplicitor', without a prayer for any consequential or supplemental declaration of any rights, as to any title, in the subject matter.
Suppose, the Municipality Council of a particular locality, takes up works for extending a 'public road', and without giving any 'notice' to any of the residents, decides to go ahead with the 'demolition' of any structure or building, which according to its own one-sided discretion, is held as having encroached upon public property.
Is it permissible for any Municipality Council, to go ahead with any 'demolition', no matter how justified, without giving a due 'notice' to the residents about to be so affected?
Aggrieved by such a situation, in order to challenge the impugned 'demolition', what kind of an 'injunction' should one be praying for before the jurisdictional civil court, whether:
(i) perpetual injunction,
or (ii) temporary injunction,
or (iii) mandatory injunction,
against the Municipality officials?
Or is it that, a 'suit for bare injunction' is just that, a simple 'injunction' suit?
Should it not be 'perpetual'? Or should it be 'mandatory'?
Please elaborate .....