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Legal words defined
Our country has many fancy words that only lawyers seem to understand. This makes it difficult for simple folks like you and me to know what lawyers are talking about. Here are several examples:
Injunction An order of the court commanding that a thing be done or not done. An injunction might require a party to move a building or refrain from advertising a competitorís product. An injunction might take the form of a protective order, commanding one individual to stay away from another. Injunctions are very powerful and should be granted only in extreme cases where a money judgment would not suffice to make the injured person whole. In fact, unless a money judgment would not make the injured party whole, and the injured party specifically pleads this element of his suit for an injunction, the injunction should be denied. (See our tutorial on causes of action.)For more legal terms, visit: Dictionary Law terms
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