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mrgop (Owner)     26 June 2013

Temporary injunction: meaning of contents

Due to nuisance of son, mother filed for Injunction restraining her son from entering her own house. The temporary injunction which she got as immediate relief says:

"Restraining the respondent from trespassing and causing disturbances by bringing stray dogs and cats and feeding them in the plaints scheduled properties."

1) Does it restrain him even entering the house, or does it allow him still live in the house without causing disturbances by bringing and feeding stray animals?

2) What she want is unconditionally restrain him from even entering the house. Is it possbile with this temporary injunction?

3) He continues to live in the same house even after serving the injunction. What could she do in this regard?



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