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Meaning of Preliminary injunction
Sometimes called an ad interim injunction. One issued ,at the commencement of a suit, to restrain the commission of some act pending the suit.
Preliminary Injunction Legal Definition
In civil cases when it is necessary to preserve the status quo prior to trial, the court may issue a preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order ordering, a party to carry out a specified activity.
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