What is diference between "interim injunction", "temporary injunction" and "permanent injunction" ?
Suchitra. S (Advocate) 26 November 2010
Interim injunction : an order which is temporary, until the issue can be determined at a full hearing. This was previously known as an interlocutory injunction.
Temporary injunction :a court order prohibiting an action by a party to a lawsuit until there has been a trial or other court action. A temporary injunction differs from a "interim injunction order" which is a short-term, stop-gap injunction issued pending a hearing, at which time a temporary injunction may be ordered to be in force until trial. The purpose of a temporary injunction is to maintain the status quo and prevent irreparable damage or change before the legal questions are determined. After the trial the court may issue a "permanent injunction" (making the temporary injunction a lasting rule) or "dissolve" (cancel) the temporary injunction.
Permanent injunction : a final order of a court that a person or entity refrain from certain activities permanently or take certain actions (usually to correct a nuisance) until completed.
DR.SANAT KUMAR DASH (Eye Specialist) 27 November 2010
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JustAdvisor (IT) 27 November 2010
Can you please illustrate the difference between interim and temporary by way of an example so that it would be completely clear.