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Neha Goel, Advocate

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S.C. Khunger, Advocate

Rohit Bansal, Advocate

Varinder Singh Kanwar, Advocate

Hittan Nehra, Advocate

Judgments on Injunction

Thursday, January 07, 2010
Injunction

Injunction — In order to obtain an order of injunction, the party who seeks for grant of such injunction has to prove that he has made out a prima facie case to go for trial, the balance of convenience is also in his favour and he will suffer irreparable loss and injury if injunction is not granted — But it is equally well settled that when a party fails to prove prima facie case to go for trial, question of considering the balance of convenience or irreparable loss and injury to the party concerned would not be material at all, that is to say, if that party fails to prove prima facie case to go for trial, it is not open to the Court to grant injunction in his favour even if, he has made out a case of balance of convenience being in his favour and would suffer irreparable loss and injury if no injunction order is granted.

 
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Injunction

Injunction — While considering the question of granting an order of injunction one way or the other, evidently, the court, apart from finding out a prima facie case, would consider the question in regard to the balance of convenience of the parties as also irreparable injury which might be suffered by the plaintiffs if the prayer for injunction is to be refused — The contention of the plaintiffs must be bona fide — The question sought to be tried must be a serious question and not only on a mere triable issue.

 
Injunction

Injunction — Grant of — While making endeavours to find out a prima-facie case, the Court, held, could take into consideration the extend of plaintiffs share in the property, if any. 

 
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