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FAQ: Injunctions

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The Law Society Library has various precedents for injunctions. 

The Law Society library maintains a database of enquiries called Common Queries. These include results from research to find forms, precedents, rules, regulations and guidance. These records can be freely accessed via the library catalogue Library Search

The Library has various precedents for injunctions, to help with the drafting in such circumstances.

Injunctions 

Bullen and Leake and Jacob’s Precedents of Pleadings, 17th ed. (2012)

Claim for an injunction to restrain the commission of a tort (para. 51-O1)

Claim for an injunction to restrain a breach of contract (para. 51-O2)

Claim for an injunction to restrain breach of restrictive covenant on sale of business (para. 51-O3)

Claim for a mandatory injunction (para. 51-O4)

Claim for a tracing injunction (para. 51-O5) 

Commercial Injunctions, 6th ed. (2016)

Precedent for freezing injunction annexed to CPR 25A

Precedent for search order annexed to CPR PD 25A

Atkin’s Court Forms, vol. 23(1) 2016

This has a large number of precedents for injunctions for restraining various matters. It also has defence and counterclaim precedents; applications relating to injunctions; and orders for restraining injunctions. 

Copies of all documents listed here can be supplied by e-mail via Lawdocs, our document supply service. Click here for more details. 

For further help and enquiries please contact the Law Society Library on 020 7320 5946 or e-mail us at library@lawsociety.org.uk

Disclaimer

This FAQ is compiled by the Law Society Library. Comments relating to the questions should be sent to library@lawsociety.org.uk. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this article, it does not constitute legal advice and cannot be relied upon as such. The Law Society does not accept any responsibility for liabilities arising as a result of reliance upon the information given. 

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