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Injunctions or court orders which require someone to stop doing something crop up in all walks of legal life. You find them in matrimonial law, usually ordering violent men to stop beating their women or, less commonly, ordering them out of the family home. In employment law, injunctions are granted to stop well-informed employees from setting up on their own on their former employers' doorsteps. In commercial law the turbo-powered 'Mareva' injunction is invoked to prevent would-be ...
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