• Injunction & Stay- Vital Grounds

  • Vital Grounds which needed to be pleaded for procuring ad-interim injunction Orders

    Fulfilment of Triple Test

    1. Strong prima facie case got to be in favour of the Plaintiff,
    2. The balance of convenience got to be in favour of the Plaintiff,
    3. Irreparable loss and injury- The Plaintiff, in case the injunction is not granted, shall suffer an irreparable loss and injury.

    Other Grounds-In-General

    1. The Plaint of the Plaintiff is most likely to succeed. 
    2. To prevent the abuse of the process of the Court.
    3. Fraud on the Party & the Court by intentionally, deliberately and mischievously making a false representation to cause deliberate loss to the other side.
    4. For the ends of justice.
    5. Seriously disputed questions of facts

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