Obtaining an Injunction
To obtain an injunction, you either need to have already issued proceedings at the court in respect of the bigger dispute, or you need to be prepared to make a promise to the court (known as an undertaking) that you will proceed to do this as soon as the injunction is granted.
You will also need to produce evidence to support your application. If you seek an urgent injunction –
which means that prior notice of the application is not given to your opponent – this evidence will need to include anything that could undermine your case.
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