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An injunction is a remedy in the form of a court order, whereby someone is either required to do, or required to refrain from doing something. It was recognised by courts that in certain instances, the remedy of damages was not sufficient.
Examples of when injunctions can be sought include, but not limited to, noisy neighbours, someone harassing you or behaving in a threatening or violent manner towards you; you can even take out an injunction to stop vandalism or a dog persistently barking! Hogans specialise in injunctions relating to Family Law.
There are also injunctions in place to prevent someone publishing material about you against your will and to freeze your assets, so they cannot be damaged or removed. In Family Law, an injunction can stop someone taking your child abroad against your will.
As you can see, Injunctions cover a wide range of situations - not just specific to relationship breakdowns.
Before your application for injunction is submitted, we will compile a 'Letter Before Action' (LBA) on your behalf.
This letter is then sent directly to the offender from Injunction Direct or one of our lawyers, outlining which aspects of their behaviour you wish them to amend. This LBA outlines your intention to take further proceedings if the behaviour or actions of the offender do not cease.
If the behaviour persists then the LBA has not been successful, your application of injunction is compiled.
There are different types of injunctions available including: