Commentary

90.2 Injunctions—general factors

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| Commentary

90.2 Injunctions—general factors

| Commentary

90.2 Injunctions—general factors

Injunctions, both prohibitory and mandatory, may be made under the court’s general jurisdiction1, and are subject to general considerations2. As with specific performance, an injunction must not compel the performance of a contract of personal service, must not require supervision by the court and must be capable of precise formulation3. Courts will decline to enjoin a defendant if observance would be disproportionately burdensome to him compared to the benefit to the applicant4.

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