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1. He took out a court injunction against the newspaper demanding the return of the document.
2. They have obtained an injunction restraining the company from selling the product.
3. The family is seeking an injunction against the book's publication.
4. She took out an injunction to prevent the press publishing the information.
5. The judge refused to grant an injunction .
6. The court granted an injunction against the defendants.
7. The military government dissolved the injunction.
8. The plaintiffs obtained an injunction in the High Court.
9. The court upheld an injunction barring protesters from blocking access to the company.
10. The government has sought an injunction preventing the paper from publishing the story.
11. It was agreed that the temporary injunction should be lifted.
12. The court has issued an injunction.
13. They failed to obtain an injunction .
14. They got an interim injunction against the union.
15. The rank and file members will follow the injunction of the party leadership.
16. He can bring proceedings for a High Court injunction to stop the publication of a misleading advertisement.
17. The injunction is important in public law in the context of the rules of natural justice.
18. If an exparte injunction is to be sought the purchaser should ensure that the exclusivity clause is clear and precise.
19. When the review is completed, the injunction could be lifted, and salvage logging could begin in the Southwest[http://Sentencedict.com], too.
20. Having launched the action,[sentencedict.com] he sought a Mareva injunction restraining the appellants from dealing with the property.
21. Lungren also obtained an injunction in August that closed the club indefinitely.
22. Perhaps in this case the injunction can be ignored since the pattern is so widespread and so instinctively attractive.
23. An injunction, on the other hand, is becoming increasingly popular as an effective remedy for breach of contract.
24. Secondly, it can apply for an injunction.
25. An injunction here would, in effect, apply almost entirely to imported goods.
26. This made the granting of an interim injunction much easier to obtain.
27. The protesters have also filed a federal lawsuit seeking damages and an injunction against certain uses of pepper spray.
28. The House of Lords upheld the issuing of an injunction on the ground that the publication would have amounted to a contempt.
29. Harold Dutton, D-Houston, said the options to prevent Ashworth from discontinuing the program include getting a court injunction.
30. A sit-in at Bristol Polytechnic has ended in disarray after a court injunction forced the Union President to clear the building.
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