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A party is attempting to obtain an order that a mechanic return a vehicle. The material facts are not in dispute, however, the mechanic has ignored all requests to return the vehicle. Where the party considers injunctive proceedings to be necessary, is Form N16A the correct form to use to begin court proceedings seeking this order?

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Published on LexisPSL on 12/12/2018

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  • A party is attempting to obtain an order that a mechanic return a vehicle. The material facts are not in dispute, however, the mechanic has ignored all requests to return the vehicle. Where the party considers injunctive proceedings to be necessary, is Form N16A the correct form to use to begin court proceedings seeking this order?

Generally, when applying for an interim injunction, which form needs to be used will depend on where the application is brought. Forms N16, N16(1) and N16A are used in the County Court. For further guidance, including on the forms used in other courts, see Practice Note: Interim injunctions—opposing on notice applications, in particular the section ‘Interim injunctions—opposing on notice applications’. For guidance on interim injunctions without notice, see: Interim injunctions—without notice applications. For an overview of in

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