The most commonly sought and awarded remedy is compensation; however, in some circumstances, the payment of money may not be adequate to compensate the affected party. Judges have a broad discretion to award various remedies to parties in a lawsuit, including an injunction. Injunctions can stop a party from doing something or require a party to do something. There are three types of injunctions:
The main difference between the three types of injunctions is when and how they are brought as well as how long they last.
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Typically, injunctions are brought within a small-time frame and are very labour intensive. It is important to weigh the cost and stress that comes with an injunction with the likelihood of success and the need to protect your interest. Similarly, if you are defending an injunction, it is important to take into consideration the expense involved and assess the possibility of settlement. Please contact Walker Law civil litigation lawyers for assistance with bringing or defending an injunction.
Walker Law provides litigation assistance with various facets of civil litigation including contract disputes, defamation, employment law, franchise law, negligence, and real property disputes. Walker Law has been retained to represent clients at various stages of the dispute resolution process and various levels of courts and Tribunals.
Tanya Walker – Civil Litigator/Civil Litigation Lawyer and Specialist
The Owner and Managing Partner of Walker Law, Tanya Walker, is an award-winning certified specialist in civil litigation by the Law Society of Ontario. To be certified, lawyers must meet established standards of experience and knowledge requirements including: practicing law in an area for a minimum of seven years, having a substantial involvement in a speciality area, and being in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario. As a certified civil litigator, you can trust that Walker Law will meet your litigation needs.
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