Injunction

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An Injunction is a authoritative warning or a judicial order that restrains a person from effecting legal action, or orders redress to an injured party.

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  • Colls v Home and Colonial Stores Ltd, (1901) AC 179: It was held that as the obstruction complained of did not amount to a nuisance, the plaintiff could not obtain an injunction in equity, as he could not recover damages at common law.

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