Injunctions in the Court of Protection: Re SF (Injunctive relief)  EWCOP 19
Publication Date: 20 May 2020
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By Tim Spencer-Lane Introduction An injunction, also known as injunctive relief, is a court order requiring a person to do or cease doing a specific action. These types of orders, which can be made on a short-term, interim or long-term basis, are an important means through which a court can protect a person from abuse […]
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