Hello Honrable members of the Bar...
What is the difference between the two?. For example if A files suit against B for permanent injunction and gets a temporary injunction by proving that B is putting up some construction over the property, does it mean that even A cannot construct over the property ?
In the above case if a status quo order is granted instead of injunction then what is the effect ?
For example C, a trespasser or in some way associated with B can put up construction when a status quo order is in force ?. That is, status quo restrains only the parties to the proceedings or even third parties from making alterations in the property ?
Please give a clear picture. I am a lawyer and this is very important to be aware of this..
In a Civil proceeding, the Judge adjourns the matter for granting even status quo order. I don’t know why is doing this, as in my opinion an injunction order is an order in favour of a party whereas a status quo order is an order by which the current condition of the property should be maintained..
Thanx in advance