Injunctions and other relief orders

Injunctions and other relief orders guidance:

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This Practice Note should be read in conjunction with Practice Notes: Privacy law—misuse of private information and Privacy law—remedies. Guidance For guidance on the...

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This Practice Note looks at what confidential information is, who it belongs to and how to protect it. It considers disclosure obligations in relation to confidential...

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General points The court has a discretion to grant various forms of interim orders to provide emergency relief for claimants. The relief available is varied and ranges...

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Introducing European Account Preservation Orders (EAPOs) On 17 July 2014, a new regulation establishing a European Account Preservation Order or EAPO came into force and...

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What are ancillary orders? Ancillary orders are made in support of a freezing injunction generally with a view to ensuring better enforcement and/or policing of the...

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Types of cross-undertakings The claimant has to give certain cross-undertakings to the court on grant of a freezing injunction. Such undertakings are considered the...

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This Practice Note considers how to draft or prepare a freezing injunction (or freezing order) and should be read in conjunction with Practice Note: Freezing...

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This Practice Note considers the duty of full and frank disclosure, one of the requirements an applicant must satisfy to obtain a freezing injunction (or freezing order)...

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This Practice Note provides a general introduction to freezing injunctions and should be read, where relevant, in conjunction with the other Practice Notes in the...

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The requirement of real risk When considering whether to grant a freezing injunction, the courts will need to ensure that certain requirements have been met. One of these...

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Making an application for a freezing injunction Generally, an application for a freezing order (or freezing injunction) will be made against a defendant in proposed or...

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The court has power to vary or discharge (or revoke) a freezing order (or freezing injunction) pursuant to CPR 3.1(7). Non-parties directly affected by a...

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Worldwide freezing injunctions or orders (WFOs) The UK has voted to leave the EU and this will take place on exit day as defined in section 20 of the European Union...

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What are interim injunctions? An injunction is a discretionary remedy that takes the form of a court order and which requires a party to either refrain from doing...

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